Mil J< ° p k all

digitize.gp.lib.mi.us

Mil J< ° p k all

Park FQ~Uon g~rs up fQr rink, refJ.~tjng p'Ql ~t p~rJ.<

By Jim SUc;k'ord Mri Kim Lie ell)' council holdlnll u thank )'01.1 purl)' 1'1l1.u.rhun Jlurk lilt. puul w.1I IIkRUnjf liuld lWnnlld)' It built wllh huckey in mind.

Staff Writer

With Ita l09~ proJoct

repreIBntaUve

r~~n~atlon Shirley

to t.he

fUlnned)'

ror mombllr. laUtf thlll )'ellr

but it really 11mt mount Lu lw

be kldnoyahapLd

tho tefllpurUluru

/Iud whLn

drorll below

won t be used Cor Ice hockp)'

games or (Ivan Ice hocku)'

The foundation

have urchll.t!clural

hopel to

~rawjPjl:1

aim OIL

Grouu

rndy to

Pointe

aD, thCl u.ld that

Puk IU\cl rink

the COMtof tJ,o pool

II ultimated to run

a (undrailur.

The foundatlun will Rtlt thL

40 dLgruulI the pot! can bo

Lurnld into U IlkuLing nnk M

pracLlco When tilt! park Willi of the pOQI available to jbe

bUill it wos meant to be n Viewed by the publie IIbg~.v.

I~Qundalion hald Ita IUmRU!l' 4lbout $I75.000 The relt of the money Lhruugh Thtm. will nlbU bL walLr pstlslve park Kennedy soi" An1CJne

fundralllllr 100t week, Co\UU1ationhus rallied abol,lt prIvate donations &aId JlltS Incorporated IOto lhl People could walk In 11 interested in makin, a

collecting some $7 100 {or a

new reflecting pool and ice

85 percent

nee~ed to

oC the money

complete tbe

Ke!1nedy

The foundation prOject

aurroundmg InndscapL lo

supply water w the poul In a

but It waan t mennt to be like

Windmill Pomte Park, with

donation

Grosse

can lend

POinte

it to

;park

nnk In Patterson Park. project. for this year is very nice Visual mnnn ..r Kennedy pools and tennis courts Its Foundation in care of the

The event WBIheld in the .We won t be hold1Dg any Kennedy laid -We W1Il be said supposed to fit mcely JDto a GrOllBePomte Park ot1 hall.

home of Park residents and

foundatIOn members Dr and

other fundnuBUflI thu year. M

said Kennedv .Well be

building a reflecting pool by

the old recreation shed In

"The Ice nok will be more relldentlal neighborhood

for figure skatmg and fun Thats why the pool wont be

16116 East Jefferaon. ~rosMJ

PmnteParlt MI482.80 I

Vol 56,No 31

(jr~

44/1_

Thursday, Aug 3

'I1te City of Grassa POinte

officesWill be closed for public

huaiocaa on Thursday

Aug 3 and Fndoy Aug 4

Employees will move from

the present offirrs to the

new mUDlclpol bwldtng at

the comer of Neff and Mau

moo

The new offices will be

open Monday Aug 7

The move will not affect

the opemtiona of the public

works or public safety departments

The Gl'Q8IIIl PomU!: Com

mUDily Blood COUDeII wi))

bring the Amencun Bud

Cross bloodmobile to the

Fries Auditorium of the

Grosse Pointe Wo.r MetJtG.

nal 32 Lakeshore from 9

1I1II to 3 pm.

For appomtmenta

(J13) 884-5542

The Grosse Pointe school

board meets at 8 p m. in

South ijigh School's Wlckmg

Llbrnry

Tuesday, Aug 8

Mork Thomas and puppet

fnend Max the Moose will

perfonn at the Grosse P01nte

Pubhc Llbmry summer read

ing finale from 11 am to

noon at the Grosse Pomte

Woods Commumty Center

20025 Mack Plaza

Attendees will receive bal

looll!lWldfavors

For more Informalion call

the Youth Semces hbranan

at your branch Central

(313) 343 2078 Park (313)

343 2071 or Woods (313)

3432072

New~can appear one I

day and be gene he

next nut the pope

new, ~pr nled an can

Gnd !>hauld I ve an

Last year mOfe hon (

onerhrdololU ~

n€,w~ nt W05 re(yC ed

A.ndlhm number s

9 ow ng every day

hef\~~:lng .-

woywomn

ollgvesome

,~

"I~

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News A~g.Js' 3 1995

'11'11 ---------- II!I_!!!:1!""'~

Grosse Pomte News

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Happy Birthday, Bob!

C1ty of Grosse F01l1te resldent Bob Chapelle returned.

nome from work last Fllday to hnd 0: lo:rge cake on hio

front lawn

Bob wouldn't reveal h.ls age. nor would he say if anything

lumped Ollt of the Cl:tJte.

Bonds

From page 1A

Kel' on smd that more than

_00 calls ha\e been received

from residents wantmg to

~urchase the bonds

Contractor bids for the

-('y,er separatIOn project Wlll

be awarded In SeptE'mber

"e C D'I~ F"o nl!' .....~r m..; be,. '"

.. ,.... ....'.Ondiy IOf rt-,jl \oIItIeel1paper

~eGf05~ Po r'1tf ~t¥."S""11 h 0 ~t

" Pr'"'l nto "e p.apt' Iha. ale turned VI

t J~.!d re bul s.ome 'l"le~ pace ~Sl'l ,

o ;~

.l.,,.,, q.J(~t r~ eel r.,. ne \~ dlp ..rl

~l'" Jl BS2~294

ClaulRed/DllIp/ay M.,,,rtialnll

OeadUn ••

OI,uJfled Reel EOlml OoI"t)(l n{''t'lr r".ot' « mrn.,~)I"'

\(n n t rnf, onx'

Woods adopts a new program for trees ill (H~Y

By J,rr StlCk'o "

Stat' ~-\'! o?

\. t'C :; b >Ud fd.ffilh ()I

~ ld lp '1 ...ret tn t

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..., t' {~(~ 1C ['c.\mt Lon:..aet

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ff)\

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"'1 crdft d 'ongcerm

~ nr dl2\t- nD 1"'':::: land-~pmg

"'t:' Clf\ arc ...0 ~nd "he

L( ~nc_ "r"'port lo oK Mid

T'el as,,,'c -!la' 11... p'an be

u' -,,, en' \IILn tre c.t., , Cola-

1 ~ '"em" Vi" c1l Iced It Into

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INnu STOCKI

OF i

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leie1'l 'tep (i thl \\ J\

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."EMANIC Hlg~ gloss 5'16 ,ami AWM~II

naled Hr"y 0 I-llml ... 111 IDS

Reg $, 39 s~ r OuslGaa'd' prnltcfedl

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leq ~o ~\lo solvmg of lIeverul

ureu cnmes Police found n

~~~e1;~~~~n

l~~~e~~leJ~~~t

Stull. ~oW:ewere nP1e to ~rnce

~n ~Q~V~W\l~:~~;tVl~~h~~

sonrcheq the suspect II homl.

severn\ o\>jec~s stull.n In

previously re~orteQ crulleH

were qlllcovore4 1'l\e cnse III

now ~efore ~he county {Iro~e

clltor

ro~~~t1;o~Oll\~O~t.~~I~~dlh~

190Ubloc~ of Savern soylng

nngs wor~\l $5 POO were

atolen 'J;'he vlc\im snll~ thnt

she wns "nving I!(lml.

conslrul.tJ.on work d me (In

New~

CQJU-lQf it) jQin Jaques A.dmJralt

~l'\fl~~,c;h4''pm"n lllldll )\IPP If' Ill\ l~ l.lllll tllllltil-tr Illtl tllr Ir "I

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ah mLu

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~lul~mg ~O\\II t.o Lht MU II St>,PLunbU' I ulwi ul Ill! hun lU".lnbe~

~lWS bUljhlfl ILL\\' qft.ht lily. 'hllVl lIl,1U)lP Lt 'l- VI hi adlf 1- wurl~\\J~t

w~~1 hoon llt fOCUbU\b in Lhul ~hl lJe.nch ,rur U }lllFh t>I.U~ hllbUllUII

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Shure~Hume

J)e~ignCenter

VISit pur n~wly Q~slgn~QSllOlHoom

WithIh~ I~t~stIn n~wmo~d kitchens

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4

ELECT

DEAN

VALENTE

Grosse Pointe Park

Municipal Court Judge

PROF~SSJQNAL~YRECQGNIZEP & ENPORSEP:

Fair, Firm and DecJicatecJ to the Park

VOTE AUGUST 8, 1995

HI & .2

P.... lol \lY VAl..Etffii,fOR JUOOE COMMl'("Il:l: R05E REGNER. llUWrll

'M7~flOId.OillIUPaIntfIPI~~4R3(I

a ~

~i.

It

SmarlSolullons.

Are YQlJpaying for overnight

when all you really need is aftention?

Prlonty Mall 2-day delivery' within YQur region, starting at ~

Not eVLIVU ng that must gel opened must gel sent Qllcrrughl Not when

ltere'tProrlyMlll"

It costs a lolles", IIan ovamghl In lact prces slall altusl $300101

up 10 2 pounds

Bellel yet gets del v!. ed n 2 days n you! fl:lgona Iradng Breil

(see, !lpor call 1800 222 l8lllo/the ZIP Codes. nc1udedl

Us led ~t Ie and tllue pllcksg no screams for alieni on There's no

e~l a cha ge fo Salu day del vely We oller a presort d scount lor sh po

monls 01300 p~es or more Ask al your p:>s1offICe I yoJ quahly lor say

ngs And we prck up your PrIQl tv Mal for $4 95 per Slop (flOl per pat:kage)

"'" Sa slOP paymg lor overn ghl Pnar lile! For compl mcnlalY led ~t1le

and blue ma I ng suppbes or a Pnontlzellnforll1llllQl'\ Kit call 1 BOO22.2 1an

Of slop by your posl clltee

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A.J9-.lS':3 • 9'95

Grosse POInte ~

fRfSl1 GROl'D corru Sf[Cl-\LS

-'t$100OFF A LB

~ , ALL COFFEE

VIlLA

~ ;-Iit

M'T EDEN

VILLAGE FOOD

, HOME OF THE BELL RINGER SPECIALSl

18328 Mack ..;'venue - Grosse Pointe farn:s . 882-2530 ~ faA 884-8392

Open Monaay through Saturda) 8 a.m. to 7 p m .. We Delh er

Fine Wines and Liquor, Prices in effect August 3, 4, 5, 7,8 &' 9

M"C'MIGAIW

UARVEST

PRES"

PRODUCE

--------8F01'"

PEPSI PRODUCTS em" PEPPEl or CUQlllIERS_.4 FOR98C

99

- 2 LITERS ALl. S--.T

+DiP WATERn" ON.. 1"LI. 01~ IIIIQLE

7-UP ~ SiiDLiSsGuPu--.---. 98e u.

ST. AMt1E"S

NATURAL SPRING WATER

2 FOR$1~ ...

GRlATWEmRN

CHAMPAGNE

=::'~$67S

1I!II.IAVlP.:tO

DOURTHE

1.5 LITERS

$5 ItdlWhlti

Bordeaux,SAVE 49

$Iso Great valuel

CtIardonnay, 750 mI. $~48

SAY. $1.50 1S pack caHl Il.-

Clbtrnlt .. Zinfandel. $6 99

7SO mi. SAVE $5.00

12 g:adl: elm

CONCHA Y TORO

~=;:~MBj~~: $539

Stmllllon Chardonnay.

SIIuvlgnon !!Iane

1 5 Liter

~11•• lI!!!!n Uftll.e

v...." ..... , •• _ .....

1.5 LITER

S8uvlgnon IIlane. White $599

Zirtfandel. Zlnfandel _

Chardonr.ay Cabernet $739

SaulIlgl'on 1 Sliter

c _.~ HO"liaOWN

FOSTErS

LAGER BEER

$1269 G ~:faIII

--9- NEW INGLENOOK

~ 1.5UTERS

U ... =.=::e~-

-....... •1.2.

'!',"1 ,..;._ FINE

7i5ms JADOT FUNCH WINES

......... VUIaIe I $5ee

..... 7SO mi.

aweioIIItI'llIKOn $788

YIU!a! ZH mi.

PouWy Nae $... 288

7SO 11'11. SAVI $7.00 •

GREEN BUNS .. .__ ._..._ 1.8.

-.ooII:'s

GREEN I'MES_.__ ~ __._. ._...8 FQl98~

NEWI LIAN CUISINE HEARTY POITIONS

ClIed tJIcten & Peme Pasta J..mDo RIgitooI 'iiI ~

anent; G1a.."ed 0lkXEf1 Roasted Ctlcten Vii Mustvooms

.. 8eef LDMer1 Sltio!n Beef ncs

0'Ge1 ~ RoasteO nn:ey BreaSt

YOUR CHOICE 2 FOI $5 00

------------------

NEWt RED BOX HEArn PORTIONS

Fried Chk:!ten saliSbury Steak

ASh RIet Country Fn8I;t 5tealc

Veal ParmIgiana Me;t1O:If -

Chlc:ken Fettudnl SIIcIG Tl.rxev Breast

YOUR CHOICE 2 fOR $5 00

'''.c. , CAN'T BlUEVE

lEVERAGES IT'S NOT 8UnER

1oot 1MC $2ft1ll .......... UOJtt YOUI

....a- IIlJilJ CHOtCI 2-1 01 tubt

YOUe ... ... CIIlIal tIlInyJ .... $:2.,- _

HAWAIIAN Mfmlte Valli

PUNCH RED --,

-'1 08 1401. :GE

JUiCE$109:,0"

~

TOUISTONI GARDENCHEF

aZZA VEGGIEPAnllS

• ~,$289 :='='$1 99

SEALTiST J:I:l SILV~~::Zii1IUM

CHIP DIPS ~ FROZEN YOGURT

~ YOUR 69- 1/2 aal. $459

~ CHOtCI YOUR CHOIC. FCR

POMI SUCARTOWN LUMP HARDWOOD

IMPORTED TOMATO CHARCOAL

Lamb Loin Chops ........•.•...•••...._•...$5.99 lb.

Lamb Frenell Chops .•.•••••• _•••••_....$5.89 lb.

Lan1b Rib CIIops __ .••..•$5.79 lb.

LaIIIb PattIes $1.99 lb.

Leg Of LanIb $2.• lb.

Meat' Lasagna

veoetabIe Lasagna

stuffed Green PtPPerS

stuffed Cabbage

l; ••• $2M lb.

$2M lb.

$2.4IIb.

$2.49 lb.

MaeatOllf Beef $2.49 lb.

Newt Baby Bonanza Hams $2.S9Ib.

Heat ".' ".eIaIs

Chicken torcIon Blue $2.29 lb.

CIIIcken MUanO $2.29 lb.

stuffed Chicken Breast 2.29 lb.

Frog Legs "' 811' •••••• 111•••••••••

WbiteflSh._ ---...J.._~ ..•••.

sea scaIIOPS............•......•...••.....•.•.. $8... lIlb.

Salmon Flllet 4 81 lb.

Cookes Cljun Cl'aWflSh $I.• lb.

SUCW TO ORDEI

AT TIlE FAMILY

DEUCATEMEN

.Itallan Styli

Roast Be., $4.18 lb.

Thin and Trim Smoked Turkey $4.18 lb.

~saraL ••

Corn Beef $4.59 lb.

Alpine Lace Muenster or

Cheddar Cheese $5.28 lb.

ChOPped $"29 ~:~b.$599 Fresh Baked MIni Ples Cherry, Apple,

BORDEN SEALTEST Peach, Blueberry 78. each

COTTACE CHEESE ~~!OW FAT MILK Pumpernlckle Bread $1.18 loa

~ $169

.... - 1m. Non-flt UI'II.I.ltt. YOUR 89- ..

CHOICI 1101

FROZEN TREATS

BunERFINCER BARS

HEATH BARS

let. box '59

YOURCHOICE 2 boxII

-.J '(.~

~l_ 1'_ gallon

_ PURINA

. DOC CHOW '

I~ ~799 ~

I ~ 25 lb.

I

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J -

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FRESU fROM OUR

CIR'I"C!E COUNTER

IW~

MOn'S

APPLE JUICE

BETTERMADe

POTATO CHIPS Regular, Waves $

Fulul Cenallne Pecorlno

St. Andre

Romano $4.08 lb.

$7.79 lb.

"-s. 2 ~1°OBBQ VOU~CHOICE

.., 49 Haadon House Brand

~~n:r~~~r;:ic=OIl New Itoml At Village Food Ma,ket

100z bottl. ~ La e Sa rtl h k H rt 6 8 et $

PETER VELLA 100" FOR ~ - PILLSBURY A C 0 e ea S. .. 1.88 can

Ie BOX WINES 5 Liter APPLE JUlc.r

SALEPf/lai .... . . $729 Natural GrenK/l1. CHILL ~. Mill or Match 2

99'

Less lIalHn RtlJate - 3 00 ~~~~~' :r~:' LEMON. LlM•. STRAW., CHIRRY ~~~:, ;~~~NFOR • Country Courmet - Dip Mixes & Spreads

FIN LC ... .29 Illlnll. BurvUllCly 4 Pack, KEN'S STeAKHOUSE YOUR CHOICII • Crazy Jerry's _ Sauces _ Olives

,,~\ DOMAINECHANDON. K~g~:~~:~

SALAD DRESSINC 99'8 oz. ,

l~Blanc De Nolr, Brut, ~949 "_~XIS

$ 99 BORDEN'S • Mlchaelene $ - Courmet Cranolas

California's Best ~ CHOCOl.ATE99- . Frozen Carden Bur"er's

, 4 SAVE $5.50 _ MILK •

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jtf:

J::.

'5 cnmpaSSton

for the poor

r;QW ending?

U

llg, I t.h, h. ,luhll' :-"" \\1\)1\'

,,;.'Ci by i>~ analyatB

U II ..~ St"b ~. Itl-

CI'\lUt\t 1.... ntt~r b.l)l~ t.o 93 dall.

1l11J.. p1u.a a .uhi.t.lw.tI.~ nl.lmbn' Qf~.

IW.d ~ _-t..h&u~ 11e'upapt.'N

Tbto ~. WMIl llfJPN\,Jet 11:0' 1M

pnVllk' J*rUN a.uo i:0Y«nm1,'U1 lijJ.'el1ClOj

IUvolved, would Idd 321.000 w tho Dl(."lftl

than 6 wlhon t'lrc~lablQn of Gannett',

~ntPGpeli

Tho c;omp&n¥ alIO woWd ~WN ililu.6.

cant addnionll holdmp in wleVl5o.n and.

racho itatlon¥ and a 1'1/ '>'l1dl ,;-ation buii.

llNoi-.

I na

New appeal?

fulJ-pqe &(!\'W't.lIltlDlMt m Tb.c!

Maoomh Daily lut week. the Det.rQit

newtpspen IlOUilht more pubhc .up-

port apilat the itri1w by lix u.niona

The ad claim&d nqot.iat.l()Uj had lO\1iht

'l~e projp'NI lDwan:l re-pinillj

UW niht t.o manlliQ their own opl»"&l.IQllS,"

and to "lfet a full da.y', work for

!he prelnlum wl£l68 we pay"

But m llChlovmc thOlle l:oWli, the newtjpupcrll

COI1Qlded thl'j' "would be roduclIli

stllifinjl' III IlOmIJ l1rel.lll," which III 01\0 of

!lie alms to which ll:t' umollS ob.Joct

Tho newlipu.plll'll pJedie. however. that

all llt.aU roduC1~onli would be 1l.CCOInphaiwd

throuj'h voluntary buyouts, reurewents,

Iltt.nt.lOI1 and tranafers"

In Ii 8tatcmont, Det.ro;t Newlipllpllf8

!lIUQ It lil advorUslnll' for replllc-ementa be.

()luae It wnul t.o OOiIln lI.luf\.mil WQrken

back t.o JObil tht,y hl'ld ooforo the st.nke A

News story &IUd t.lw moVl' "uJ~o Iii aimed

at lllCrclUll l1i proa&urc on iilrlkers to ro-

~ume ba1ilUmni or return (n wOlk '

The Iltnko bt'i1IHI to l'IOund HlUluor and

Illlllbcl

I

f. •

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, I,

H\.ll .\~ l\lllt'.l ~>\ltf' a,...:.1\".\ :'tlt'.fit

Wha1 ~ tMn, lltlO will Mppt'u

aft.tu t.ht' GOP C,~"'l\~ ~'4'$ 1,\11 "1\\'$

Age oould defeat Dole in '96

fSan Bob Dole at Kanaas wore be le!18 able to handlu l.ha prollldency,

l'h (I'd pro81dnnt In 1996, hr would be whIle 3 percent reiipondnd he ,>,-ollld be

7! whl'n he 18 sworn III and would bo- more ablo because of hIll (liD

'1101' the oldest man ovor to I~ko tho noll' WlIS senously ll\lurod In World

I\h of oilicc for tlll fil Ht tlmo w", n " ~_I .. :~,;::: "~_' :.: ..... ;;'UIlAl

V\' Illlt' l}(lle 8 nvnlA lor tho UOP noml- Sial WIth till oak louf cluster (mdlll\(1I1ii II

11tHill fllt' not I mqJnii tho nllC' I!>HtW ch- 'lCcond Dronu' StilI ~

(Ily Ihey arC' 11,dlllg W.lY'" (i) cull nll.on- A~ d INult, howevor, tho Now YOI k

II to It, IHld, !Ill lllmg Ihl'll own 'l'lmo8 hllll reported ho wUS fl qundnp\ol.'1c

IInpflrnt!vC' ynuth fm mOIC' than Il YOllr whllo 1'('IOV 1l,lt 80 Illllil('H~ nilht III m

ll(h hI' nR'f' but Lhl' Il!l'(' of hl~ 1lllllH 110 I\C'n 80, n mcont mO:UUll IOPOlt flOm

I'll 'l'nh thl old ft'puh\'Cflll J'lIlty" lUll dOi,(ors lll\)>; lUll hoolth III I')(colll'nt,"

\ (I 'lOn1l' I\nll I J( Hnli do hilI r tholr flnd hlH 1\'ll1mmnll phY"lca! hllndlclI~ Ill'll

Illlht" nhout th" !)(I""lhlo l,m'lU. ()f Doltl's "8t.ubl(, III wnLrollod"

I 1\ Ill>; ))( 1ft ImnllW If Pllblll oplrwm If noh, III l,lll(. tl'd It would Pilt liub~tllll

• II 1111 llu'Ulill., wal prOIlliUI'lJ 'Ill tho GOP to pick !l yOUllll,

(Jill pol) conducted Apnl 2l.26 for tho Vllloroull l\nd ablo Vlctl proBldontm\ nom!-

\\ Ill! Stroot .JOlll11uJ and NBC Nl Nil 1'0 noo ThuH, If tho GOP won /lnd 8omotl\lnll

1",111'dthot 60 pt'lcont of Lho reHpondonts happoncd to D/llo, tht party would havo

lid Dolo/s ugl' w01lld mnko no dlm'l'"nco nn ohIo roplllcllmont on II mOllllln( Ii no

IlowrH'I', 30 f)(11 cont lIlJ'~,ltodIw would lJce

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for thouRands of OrnH81l

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f.n •• ra b.- ~ p~bhc: ur\'ICU dlrtlc:lor rUtla\lrlnl equipment .al.,

fort .IUllll lluadI'ar LakbuJ the JUlnt \\lIIl .hll picked 10

down and I.t.. Thn.'. no "old )'el on how Ih~ lilI. ' Will hll I hlllhtr

whu calltd lut w .. k with thll clllhnl, b1lrKltr \lomdow., lot.

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and arl ubJ'" I ~ Illlilll SOllla

ClIU,' IIIIC, Ind lhl: Illlir

went looklni furwlrd to che

final cloarlnett of houuhold

Item. Aua 4-6

"Thl' W, I' the mOlt illA

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~II,", who I boloIn III •• ~~

.. I.. (or "qullli • ["w yeln,"

.Ithuulh not till Ullin) ,u the

donn )lI11r~IIf h". purlnllr,

lip that the Park'a firehou.e

h.d a rnl D.lmatl.n

nrehuuII do" JUiI hk. thOIl

.polltd anC81to... who ultd to

chll' honecltlwn nrll rll'

III lbi \lId dl}'

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mON IIplCll "We wllre Ihen m£~~ld~~lbuyml' """'pIll have

abuuc 12 }Ilan qu, but JUliIIn ..~-

a IlOO•• qulre-foot .ectlun," bHn .lopplng by jUlt to loak

Nancy uy. "By Sttpt 111 up lhll nOltalili llf the plltil,

we'll have 1I0ne full-ell'chl' whlC:h WII run by DI •• ond

Any n"w iturr It Ihe llnd Mllr,e PhilUIM and held

J ld ? "W II h '0 many happy mtlmorlllll

raon o.. n t 110 out on new a iPOI. e live over Ihll }ellfS \fur mil, too)

fire run. but he doe. ~ump on morll hendl.on dllplaya, '1uu ClllI look for lomt! hot

lhe en,lnll' tail,ate for .omll new hnu and larller

plcturtl," .. y. Mike, lo)'., but Illherwl.tl the 8ame aclIon around the old c1tlar-

... pllllline that hi. 4.~ar-old wlMmll formula," Shll tlll)lI topped plino One lady laid

fri.nd II the d,"artm.nt'l And y .. , there Will tlull be If. the Jut plano bar on the

m "I ~ IIIII I tlldll, ind she wantll It to

".trlctly IIno ICla' m.. cot .tulled 8~Ulrntl. tltll)' on Ihl! out 1IIdll," &lid

and i. on duty only dllrlfli On the menu' Renllll

hil OWl\lr'l 12.holU Ihitu, •

Still, hi ,"ml to love the A sell-athon I wonder wheN It WIll Ihow

j b

up next

0" I wu pllllht'd 10 find It w.. U you bave all FYI Up, oaU

People brin, thair k!dl I c:ouph~ of Park rlllidentll, Ken Eatherly at (S13) 8111.

around to , •• him and Iv. M.ry Ana Boll IInd Renee Gl

tlk.n him to aafit)' Town '

(lhe faint.. nre "'ety

nhlbltlonl: Mlk. ..y.,

demon.tratln, how h.'1

trained Anon to .how

)'ounl.te1l the beat WI)' to

.. cape /'rom I .mok.-f\lhld

bUlldlnl

At a IllInll, Arion i.t •

down and crawl. along the

floor

I find m)'ulf .millnll

With II httle more trimm"

t \I bet he can be tauaht to put

out 9molderma e1glrtllte.


A one.man exttrlor

decoration team la slnille.

handodly mllkinll tho Park'.

3M.plua flrtl plug. into thlllp

of bOl\\lt) (and mystery - at

loullt to llama of \18)

HI'S Miohael DadAmo, a

Wn........ 0.......... 1

olllli"eenni 8tudel1t' who

stl\rtad 11 W(1ck ago Monday

llnd hopo8 10 complato tra

prOJOl t by Soptamber

Tho beauty \-oma8 from the

trnrlltlonlll bnllht rod Ihnt'll

roploC'lnll th- weather.baatel1

) 1'\11\\\ on thl' hody of each

pluiC It iI Safoty Red, kind of II

ratnTn 10 the old'lItyle color

for hydrl\nt., MIchael lIa)'s

nddlnj thllt it "oams to f1t m

WIth Ihe hl.tonc lhllrllcter or

tho Pnrk

Tho mystery lle8 In the

bright blue, lP'een or orange

band" on the capll and top

r1nil of mOilt hydrants, a

puzzle, winch the public

silfety depnrtment II Lt Joe

Clark c1aara up by

I\xplammg that the cDIDr iii a


'1'bMt IJ"lt the roUien. yelIl'I

!'be) are ll() for m&Ily Groue

POUlte ....nlcr CltlUna whc

un wontl!ld larli all :bell

u~u ,.. : ",-ow ellJoy

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August 3, 1995

Grosse Pomte News

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"Success IS a joUrMY. not a dutifUlC/O" "

"An)'thlft' the ",Ind

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"All our dl'eQms can com, tnle i( we nave the courage to pursue them"

"hopl. with ,tHlISSIlCc:c.d

NCGIIS. Ih.)' know wh,,.. r

h.y"" ,1olnl1 ••

"Attltud, /$ II hGblt.

make " " pos/ltw on,.'

'If Its to be ... Ir's up to m•. "

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"Don't wail (or )IOlir ship to come in. swim out to It."

DO IT NOW!

Visit Successories at Pointe Plaza today and start

transforming your goals into reality. Whether you are

working toward a promotion, continuing your

education or keeping physically fit, our exciting

collection of motivational merchandise will keep you

encouraged and focused. We offer many great gift

ideas, awards and incentives!

DON'T WAIT ANY LONGER ... IT'S OFFICIAL

It has now been one year since opening Successories

at the Pointe" Pointe Plaza and your community have

welcomed and supported us in a big way. We would

enjoy returning that generosity to you who have

made this location an overwhelming success.

Through the month of August we invite you to visit

Of revisit our Gr.ossePointe showroom and receive a

1()% -reduction on a'ny purchase made. Our goat is

simple, to help you reach yours!

To Your Success,

Kenneth Field & Michael Good

owners

DO.IT.NOW

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Successories at the Pointe

Pointe Plaza, CR's of Mack & Moross 882-7733

\

-Wh.th" }'Ou thlftk YOII CII"

or YOII think }'Ou CQn~.

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"Succus Is II JOllrney,

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TtNfYIl Stele saId she attellded Wayne

CIX4Illy Community College />teause

lilt school has an accredl/ed

(Occupili/anal Therapy AHIS/alll)

/HOiram • Becle lowuJ OUIaile reason

lJIt /HOlra", /s accrtdlled Slud('II/Sgel

iIollds-oll Irallllll, In lhe classroom

"TM IllJlrUClOr 8f1vt us a wheelchair

fllI/8llme/l1 10 we would know how

Ihost 1/1 IIliMtlcMlrs gel arlJWld II made

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rmal Registration - Monday - Wednc~day. August 14-23

II /994 weec gra~le, val) Toussalnl Irans/erred 10

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Though lie Ilad IIO( oT/small, p/an/led to alMla WCCC, he

IUli! Ih. ((Jllege prepared I"m lor Ihe U of 0 Mercy (n

Ih, full IIf /99/ I ..as gOlllg 10 Umver~lI> 0IDe1ro/l Mercy,

u,d, lid, '~er ad'Hed me In gr la Q rommul'll) co/";;c The

IIt.1 illJ) I ~am(' to Wfl>ne County Commumty College, atUi

whell I (ame I.. I was lucky ('/lough (0 be /It/ped by Ihe

tal1em Campus BUSlllf~~ Manager He sympalhlzed wllh

'tI\ \/II/UI'"1I He ,,(1\ a/>/e ro gel me III ' Toufsa,nr, a nallve

!If /11111/ 11"111/1 ohcd III a( /lllIle\ and begalllo leel parr

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Grosse PO''1te News

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South's Porios

is Xerox winner

h.aslam POZIO' .I JWUGr at

Gro'\ge POinte Sul.lth recentJ~

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f:..~u.S':: • 9'95

Grosse F" -te News

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New office building to be constructed

~ :- -1ltk- iJar.b. .. ~

de-:::-"I1:.:Quare feet a

tloor~

in Park

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GrO'i'ie Pomte Nev,"

Jul) 27,1995

vaG CA." ADVERTISE TOO!

CALL 882-3500

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14A Seniors August 3 , 995

GrONe Pointe Newt

Senior Men honor loyal

PhQlf I" 81111.«

lnelnbers

At r.c.nt m•• tlnga or the Senior Men'. Club 01 Gro... POlOt.. put

p~~den~ .nd the I.t.at cra.. of 20.~r member. w.,. hono,,"

Above, of the 14 living paat prea/denta. 11 wer. able to .tt~d the c.... mony

From left, front row, ar. K.nnard Jon••• Wilbur B•• tz, William Montgomery,

Joaeph OII,'nVlt, Frank Waleenoaeh .nd RoeM Trln.leln In the ,...r. 'rom lett.

.r. WIlliam unl, Donn Klplcl. William Br.dley Jr., Hlrlln Hagman Ind Larry

K.nftHy. Ae.. nt .~ Robert Wate" , ~1'bIrt Bumpu. Ind Hirold ..,Ink,

Below, loJnlng • group of mo... thn :soo ao-y .. ,-pu, membI,. .re, 'ront row,

'rom I.n, Edward 1I0ran, Gordon Long, Rob,rt KeMy. ROIl 8uah. Aonlld Houle

Ind Alfred Deck'r. In the .... r. from left, are John Wllaon, CHI! S.. ~ona, 'aul

Cralt, Hayt. ConlNlI .nd Homer StNI •. Aba."t .,. Addlaon Bartuah, William

Brown.lI, atephn Chomy, William Clark, CMlI Helbert, OlOrg, ....... 1, Arthur

'-aCO", Chart •• PilCh•• , Lawaon Pott.r, Arthur 'prunk ....d Frank Weleen.

b.ch.

Dance like the good old days

The aath annual "Good Old

DaY''' party. a clllebr.bon of

dance and entertamment, Will

be held on Fnday, AUIJ 25,

from 1 to .. p m lit the cafetl"

lla at Groue POlntll North

Hlih School Doors Will open at

12'80 p m to admit BeOlor

putlc.lpant$

Ail In past yean, the event

Will also Include free refresh

ments and door priUS Dance

Sound. Unlimited Will pro\'lde

musIc for danCing and 1\ pro.

gram ofhve enterta.mment

Tickets for the "Good Old

Days" are free but must be

picked up m advance of the

event from the offices of Ser

VIces for Older C'lt,zens SOC'

IS hO\lscd In the C'ommunlt)

Education building of the

Grosle PomtE pubhc l>chools

at 20090 Mornmgi/de DrIVe

Room 105 Tldr.ets can be

plckod up between the hours

of B a m nnd 3 pm, Monda~'

through ~'rlday

l-:ovrntry

CreAtions

~6ookstore

\\f,m •,~(' Haprtn,

~kI, Art. Ifwtlr'f.

MWflc. Spl",toW &

n.ll~WI SWrrh,.

mil M""'K o\w

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m,'lItI-lln,

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flANK STEAK

.Ha!Ulattd BOllelw Center ( III

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PORK lOIN $ 99

CHOPS 3 Ib

Bone.in

CHICkEN $ 49

BREAST 1 Ib

( hou:e

TENDERLOIN $ 99

STEAKS 8 Ib

21AU~EPSI89~

AU Products

The eVllul IS funded by the

MlchCon FoundRtlCJn and 18

presented by Services for Older

CltJuns

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Strong 50lde ~ WJJj bnng

out wuthered wn.nkles illID!

'ate of aD old Sl11lorwbde 80ft

frontal bdUmr will &bow the

sLe.ek. smooth Iibl fOWld 011

the ' ..ee of , beau.tJul model

Don't forget, tutuJe lt8el(

can be lJl.&dethe m/W1 subjeCt

Det&l.s of pluta, rodr.s linG

wood can make, dramabc

Our cor loans are loaded with attrorove features The it/d(er price

IS a low 8 9% APR ~ rate for new cart eood for an¥ available term

up to 60 months

Maintenance IS low-you can apply toll.free by phone or VIS,t any

of our neart; 200 branches And se/eroon I. high ThiS speCial rate

also applies to IIV and boat loons We've lowered rates (or used

cars and used /tv. too

We'll even lJIrow In an additional 11.% discount on any loan If you

arran,e automallC payment (rom a Michigan Notional Bank

check/nil or saVIngs account

There's an Importanl safelY (eature [00 The peace of mind you

enJoy from deolmg wllh a finoncral If's(llut Or! thaI s been around

for more !har 50 years It s alway.\ nice 10 ride wrth someone you

trus~ don I you think'

Call now Before these speC/ol rotes hrt the hlgrwoy Augusl 3/

1-'OO.CALL-MN8

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Mlchilan

National

Bank

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Senior Men

to discuss

trade barriers

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August 3 1995

Groat Pointe Hew•

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August

3. 1995

Grosse Pointe News 19A

Farms-City-Park wins state Babe Ruth crown

Tbe team In pInstripes

from the Groase POInte

Fanu-elty.Park l"year-old

s.be Bl.tth Iequ.e won the all

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Jason Mangol pltched a

four.hltter, Charhe Braun

CQllec:ted two hits and Calm

Morawslu clTove m all the

FCP rwu as lt beat a fine

team from South CoUAty S-l

In the cbampwnah.1p Kame

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J:Sn.ctp1&n, JNrnen ;:,prmgs

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acore4 when cleanup hltter

Garth Cuter oSUJ&ied to ngbt

TIul GrOMe Pomte team,

wbLch huddled. for a bnef pep

tI1Jl. before battIng 1D the

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baa qlllekly Braun hned

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~Meade's Renegade wins the race to Mackinac

Groase Poulter Ken m the lut eight m.LIesof the ~hon! roun.e Tenk",l of Grosse Pomte all In the 1MS DIvision, tune of 33.46 31

Meade is Renegade made a nl-ee lI'o~ld bold 10 order to It ....a. (l bla.t domg the Shores. SaJhng 1D Claas M, whLle John Stevens of Groue R1ek Grow and Charlea

t:Iean sweep of tills year s two allow Renegade to retain shore coun.t' after 20 ,ears of Bra\o posted a corrected tuDe Pomte sklppere, had an RBI, while Rick Court

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-ewith ita big lead, it atriIdDI oat two. NalBon and Hall, expressed pnde in the

a valuable 1Naon u Chip GeU apin played well squad.

lymouth nearly mad.1 • defnaively and. Andrew "To a man, they showed

....1_ ..1'" comeback with three HeDc1rie'. powerful bat was ,reat duire, focuI,

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Grosse Pointe News

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Sports

Former ULS gridder shines among AlI- Stars

By Chuck Klonke

Sports Edltor

Matt Corona thought bls

appearance In last

weekend s Michigan High

School Football Coaches

.. ~

ASSociation all.star game

IIllSht be 0\ er almost before It

started

"I played some on the

k.Jckoff and kickoff return

teams at the start of the game

and Just waited for my

chance to get m on offense:

said the formpr UDlverslty

Liggett School offenSive

lmeman Then I finally got

In and on the third play I

Matt Coroaa of UDlftldty IJw-It Sc:booI '- iDUod.ac:.d with the rea of the East All.

SIan at the 15th Mlc:hIpm 111gb School AU.stGr Foothal1 GGm.. whic:h _ p1ayeci 1CIIt

... 1nM at Spqrtcm Stadmm 111. £lilt ~.

Race ~~~~'\.'\.~~,~ ...... ~~ ...

spramed my ankle

"I was upset because .i

thought I was done for the

game, but I think the

adrenahn was flowmg so

much th'lt I dld.c t e\'en feel

the pam, especially In the

second half wilen I played

well My coaches told me I

could play as well as any of

these guys and It was a great

f~lmg when I did "

But as soon as the game

ended, Corona remembered

he had tw1sted Ius ankle

"It hurt pretty bad when I

was taking my pads off. but I

don t th.m.k It'S too &enous,

he S8.1d. "It zmght keep me

from domg spnnt work for a

couple of days, but I'll keep

workIng on the bae, 1 want

to make sure I'm In sl:ape

for the start of practice at

Red Sox

A J StanJszewsIn collected

four bJts. mcluchng a three-run

bomer, and also Pltched well as

the Red SolI beat the Braves

15-8 to WIn the playdl' champJ.-

0IlIlh1p in the Grollee Pomte

FarIIJSoCrty LIttle League AA

"».",.;.;.;.:.:.:.;.:«-. ......~:~~:.:.;.;.:.:.;.;.;.:.;.;.:-:.:.;.;,:':'::':';':':':';':';':':';':':':':';';';':':':':';';':':'.' Dl=-K1sekalt also had four

P1'OJD pqe DA h1ts for the Red Sox, wIu1e

PHRF N m Demon Rum With hUI Koltlno. The MJke Rathff went Uor-3 and

35 .MIr-n. owned by Paul Van (35:03.13). while Don Lang, Morgan 33 had an elapsed drove m three runs. Mark DIe-

Tol and Bruce Vande Vuae also ol the Woods. wu third time of 37:11.06. bel threw out two runners at

ol Groeae Pomte Park. Their m his Tar Baby (35.20.4,9). Grosse PolOter John TlpP. tbJrd base and had two !uta

elapeed tiJLe was 36:69.31. Demon Rum and Tar Baby who;) c;o..owns Vare WIth Ed Jeremy Bll'IIlmgbam and Pete

Mark Craig of Grosle are both Tartan lOa. Stroh of Detroit, wae tlurd m Howard eIlcil SCIOI'ed tWIce

Pointe Park Ikippered John Pappas of Grosse the cruising division with an wbJ1e Howard and Mills F~

Solutions, a CiS U, to VIctory Pointe was third m PHRF P elapsed time ol39:35 ..a. played well defellBlvely

in PHRF L WIth a winning StaDlIUewlkI and DaVld

time 0(38:31.27. F s-eety fi bin d Crow walked only one batter

PH-r:: ~t w~ a~at;..o: arm 1 s g fO eo between them.

~ .. ZachaIy Schnutt and Tom

GrOlse Pointe. Tenkel's The 47th annual Grosse and tropbJes will be awarded at Sawtclu led the Braves' attaclt

Bravo was first. Brian Pointe Farms-Clty FamJ.1yFISh- 11 The rodeo IS the oldest WIth two bJt.s apIeCe wbJ1e

Geraghty of Groue Pomte IDg Rodeo will be held Satur cluldren's event In the Grosse SchmItt collected ~ RBI

Shorel was lecond In day, Aug. 12, at the Fal'llls' Pomtes Every chJld gets a Enc Backman had two RBI

Siochail. a C&C 36 Mk.1 Pier Park The event 18 open to pnze and there are many door and tagged a runner out at the

(34,:36.37) and Gary Gn.bam boys and gJr1s 17 and younger. pnzes for .~ults "Year after plate Sawu:kJ caught a !me

of Groale Pointe Park who are re6ldents ol the Farms year partictpants and the1r dnve to Ilbortstop and turned It

brought Contender, also a and CIty Free reglSb'atiODand famJ.1le!lbreak attendance re- into a double play

C&C 36 m.1, lOto third bret.kfast WIll be at 8 a m and oards," said general ch&nnan Br_ 1.3, C~ II

place in U:ae.'U. fi.shing 18 from 9 to 10 a.m DIck Graves "It's a fun event."

Jack Otromplte of Groaae Free lunch WLlI be avllllable For more W'orm.auon, call z.cbary ScImntt and Tom SaWJdu

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Alb.on on Aug 14

The performam.e of the 6foot-I.

195'pound offeml_e

guard at the Ea~t-V. e::.t All-

Star game ..... hlch ....as ....(,n

10 9 by Corona s East squad,

helped boo::.t hl~ confidence

for the start of hiS college

career

"It was ver) fulfillmg for

m~..self to play agamst the

best players m tne state,'

Corona said "I did a good

Job blocmg the Imebackers

and a couple hmes I had to

double team the nose guard

(Rob Renes of Holland West

Ottawa), who S gomg to

Mlcblgan

The week lD Lansmg

wasn t Just a success on the

field for Corona '

"I met a lot of great

people,' he s~ud 'They re

Duna".y had ~ tul.> and 'llcll""J

Pech trlpkod P J J.nut.ol led th~ Cardl

naIs Vi1th two tul.> and :>Ilchad Batehad

ODe MJchaeI :>10' P J Palen and

~ Wemhoff pla'ed ""lid def."""

for the Cards

8I'neo 10. CanImaIs 2

Mu:hael Duna" a, and Zachar.

SchmItt combmed t.ere had n

lnpIe and Ill.for the B"""W'S wIulc

Bn...... 3, MarIiDI 0

23A

not Just great football

ploi)er::.,but great ~ple, too

He struck up II friendship

....Ith East teammate Jd~on

Ohrt of Fraser

'fie hung around together

qUIte a bit, Corona said

We play the same p, for the Red Sox. ,,1>0 aoo I,ad

RBI tuLs from l'la"d Cl'O'O and A.J

Stalll ...... slu

M>chael Dunaway pttd>ed OllO>-.Iut

ball through 51>: :nnmgs to pICk up the

'"n. Th" Bra' .... 0C'bI'ed all t!u'ee runs

\n the 11m UUllllll 88 • resull d Nts ~

Zachar. Schnutt Gebe KllDHlCZiu Torn

50",00 a."ld J P Frohcb Tom Can! had

• good def"ns" ... g:anle lOr the Bran,s

Tom ....atchff Jul • double for the Mar

l.lIS- Bnon RWlllell John Roberts, Ben

~ and Oann) RelIlhu


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Kermeth S. Patton that tl.. DOugh! d co-op m La Grace M. Frizzell be made to, the MichIgan fabnc department at ne r.er:. ay, • \ 'H

Petco« WIlS a pertaer lD r

'VllI1~ Furs in Gros8e I

Woods.

Ue was a 1968 graduate r£

~ High Scbool and a

,;L912 graduate at Western

"irbigan University

~, Petd' joined his father's

Jur businell8, which was

.~ by his grandflltber Ul

;L92O

lJe was a member r£ the Detroit

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L1,ander rUb parents Saturda), July 29, 1995, at the who died of a heart attack Mrs Smith IS survived b) Born In Detroit, Mrs Stoetzer

at. John HllSpltal Ul Detroit FredrIck and Floren~ PetcotT Henn Ford Belmont Thur3da.y, July 27,1995, at St her husband John J (Jack) was a resjdfnt of Grosse

.Barn Ul ~ova ScotJA Mr a s~ter Lu.i Sto\anQ\ Kh and ContlDumg Care Center In John Hospltalm. Detroit SlD.1th two d~ughters PatriCIa Pomte Woods

Patton was a resldent a Grosse a brother Paul Petcoff' Harp~r Woods Born Ul Mount Clemens, Mr Conk1~ and Beverly Crandall, She was a member of th ..

PQnte Park Arrangement.> ...ere made b~ Born In WasbJ.ngton, Mes TOUhcany was a resident of a son Thomas R SlD.1th 12 Cottage Hospital Auxlliar) , a

A gnduate c{ Wayne Gnner the Hams Funeral Home 10 Fnzzell was a former l'eSldent Groase Powte Farms grandcluldren and five ~eat. former member of the Harper

lIity and the Detro~t College of Det.rolt of Grosse POlIlte Shores He wu a hfetJme re&ldent of grandcbJ.ldre~ HospItal AUltlhary and a

Law, he 'l\'as a retlred VIcepres- Memonal contnbutlOn;, ma) She attended bwmell8 a,,?,d Gro~se P01Dte, lo~ed and Interment IS at Resurrectlon member of Bonstelle

ideDt ~ Natlonal Bank cf!)e. be made w the Peter Petcoff secretarial school 10 admired by hu; family and a Cemetery In Clinton Playhouse Theater

trait. Educational Trust 1471 S Washmgton and held several host of mends at all walks of TownebJ.p Mrs Stoetzer was a ballet

Mr. Patton was a member of Wood\\ard SUlte 110 Bloom Jobs 1!1 government 8el'Vlte life Arrangements were made by dancer and bowled In many

the Michigan Bar Assooatlon field Hills. Mlch 4830'2 or to Mrs FrlueU WlUl a member Mr. Touscany was a the Wujek.-Calcaterra Funeral leagues

Be ~ed gardemng the Amencan C=rer Founda. of the WIBC (bowhngl, Tn graduate of Georgetown Home She IS survived by her

, Mr. Patton IS SUJ'V1ved by Ius tlOn PSI soronty and the Wom~n's Umversity and earned his Memonal contnbUtlons may husband, Robert H Stoetzer,

wire, JaDet Patton, and ~o SlS- K--....a.L. A Michel AssoclatlOn at Groaae Pomte law ~egree froUl. the be made to the American three sons, Robert R, Paul H

t.era, .Echth McWIlliams and c.llllCUl • (ongregatlo~ Church UmverSlty of Mldngan. Cancer Society or to St Jude and Gary K. Stoetz.er, and SIX

Beatrice Smfr. Funeral 8el'V1Ces were held She eDJoyed garde~g, .He was a member .of the Children's Hospital grandchildren.

IDterment IS at Whlte Chapel Tuesday, Aug 1, at St James bowhng, golf, ehma paw.Ung Miclugan Bar AssoCIation for Memonal cootnbutioDJI may

Cemetery 1Il Troy Lutheran Church m Gresse and water color pamtlng. 50 years. P _...I Cath' be made to the MichIgan

• Pointe Farms for Kenneth A Mrs Fnzzell is survived by Mr. Tou.seany served lD. e...1.1 enne League for Cnppled ChIldren,

Bemice W. Lynch Michel, 92, who died Fnday, a daughter, :Mary E World War n 111 Incha, where Stoetzer 31606 Stncker Warren :Mich.

Bernice W Lynch formerly July 28, 1995, at Bon Secoun 0 R 0 u r k e ; f 0 a r he was awarded the Soldier'. ServIces were held 48093 ' ,

~ arc- Pointe W~ died HOSPItal UI the City of Grosse grandchildren; four great- :Medal for personal valor. He

.IImIday July 24 1995 :n her Pointe grandchildren, a sister, ended his service as a ~

,bame in" Ocqueoc' She ~ 77 Born in Gibsonburg, Oluo, Marthena Quell; and a in the U.S. Army Air Corps.

Mrs. Lynch IS SUlVlved by:Mr Mum.el was a resident of brother, Charles Mehrlmg, He was a member of the

her husband, Robert 0 Lynch; Grosse Pointe Farms. Sht' was predeceased by her Country Club of Detroit, the

a daughter Mary; three BOIlS He att.mded the UmveI'Slty of htl&band, Walter R. Friuell, Detroit Athletic Club anti

~ n, Demus ~ Terence' Michigan, WlUl a member of and a daughter, Grace numerous charitable

five gnmdcbi'dren, and two ~ Delta Chi fraternity and Eleanor Howe. orgalUzations .

.ten, ~nie CzerD18k and graduated with a bachelor's AlTangementB were made by Mr. Touaea.ny Wall an

,Fnmcee Wleleba. degree tn arclutecture the Chu Verheyden Inc executi v e wi th the

Memorial aervx:es will take He was elected to Tau SJgIIl8 Funeral Home In Graue GoodbouseJt.eep Shops for 4()

~ at a later date Delta honorary scholastic Pointe Park. yean.

M'.emonal coatribuhcms tn8 society in archJ.teeture. In Memorial contributlcn$ may He 18 $\lI'Yived. by his wife,

, be made to HollpiIle ~ ~ 1933, Mr. :Michel was awarded be made to Henry Ford Marion; tour llaughters,

'Straits, Cheboygan, Mich. an architectural fellowship at Belmont Continuing Care Christine BlU'llDaId, Lorene

F121. Cranbrook Academy of Art. Center, 19840 Harper, Harper H0l!e. Jean ~ler and

He was an architect for Woods, :M1ch. 48225. EllUll.e TOu.aeaD1; a IOn.

Detrort Edison for 40 years. Wilham John 1'ouscany; two

:Mr. Michel was a member of • gremdehildren; two aiatere,

the DetrOit chapter of the IUchard B. Paucell Donna Wilber4ing and

American Institute of Private servICes were held Patricia Ho)w8Y; and a

Arehitects and the Michigan Wednesday, Aug. 2, for brother, Jama L. Touaeany.

&aety of Archl.tects Richard B. Purcell, 66, who Ammgement8 were mde by

For 21 years, he was a trustee died Fnday, July 28, 1995, at the Chaar Verheyden Inc_

of e scholarship foundation h:IS residence in Grosse Pointe Funeral Home in Grosse

prOViding granta for Farms. Poiote Park.

seminary stucieu.ts Born 1D Detroit, :Mr Purcell MemonaI CODtribut.ions may

Mr. MI.I is BUl'V1ved.by a was a machinist in the tool be ma4e to the Det:roit PuIltic

daughter,l'ulie Mitchell, two and die industry. Library, 5201 Wooclward,

grandchildren: and a brother He enjoye4 sailiDi and Detn»t, MidI. 068202(Ir to the

Carlos Michel. He was bwlcting mod.el e.irplanea and Sa.Jvatlon ~m1, ~6130

predeeeaaed by his wife, boats. N0rthJ.an4. Drive. Sout;bf'iA!ll4,

Thelma. YX. Purcell is survived by a MiQb. 48075.

Burial serYlces were held daughter. Laura Purcell: a Im_...V S-ua..

WOOnead.ay, Aug. 2, at the son. Matthew~, a sister, ~. ~

North Union Cemetery in Catherine want; hi. f~r ~ ~ were.he4t

____ .... 'J 1; • riff _"'eJJ ..~, at ~t,

were made by his eompanion, Linda . Church

t,IUi • Verhey~ Inc:. Greiner. hi'a; .... ,. ~

Funeral Home in Grosse IntenDent i8 at Mount Olivet V. Smith, if., tI ,st. Clair

Pointe Park. Cemetery in J)etroit. Sboret, • ~ ~1,

Memorial contl'ihutiollll may Arrangements were ma4e by Jaly 28, ~, at St. I"

be made to St. James Lutheran the AJL Peten FuneralIJome JIotpiAl iD ~

Church, 170 MeMillaD, GJ'osse in Grosse Pointe Woo4a. Born in ~, )In. Smith

Pointe Park, Mich. 48236. Memorial contributions may Wlil a .~ iD t.he

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gust 3 1995

-~ POinte Newc:

William Thomas

(T om) Ireland

&.... ICO:~ ",en- nt:ld FrJda~.

July 28 at St Clare of Monte

faloo Cathohc Church U1 Grosse

Pomte Park for V. t1:Iam

Thomas Tom Ireland 71 .. he

died Monda) Jul) 24 1994 at

Cnttentcn HospItal l!l Rochester

Born Ul DetroIt. Mr Ireland

",as a 1942 graduate of Gl"'''-

POlDte HIgh School '" here he

lettered In basketball and ten

illS He attended M1clugan

State

played

College where he also

basketball and tenrus

Mr Ireland also attended the

U'nIVE!l'SJt)

many after

r:i Bantz tn Ger.

sel'VlDg l.Il the U.s

Army there dunng World War

n He played basketball for the

Ann)

war

In Germany after the

Mr Ireland "'00 the Bronze

Star for valorous seYV10e as a

maclunegunner wrth the 311th

1nfantzy 1D the CI:'OSIlIZIg r:i the

Roer RJ.ver, estabhshment ti

the Remagen bridgehead, opE"J"

atloDs on the

RuhT pocket

Steg RJ.ver and

He also won the Certificate

ti Ment for Ins seYV10e from

Feb. 17 to April 17 , 1945

After an honorable dIscharge

from the seI'V1oe, Mr Ireland

returned to Groese Pomte and

began a career m Uldustnal

sales He fOl.lDded the WIT Co ,

manu£acturer's representatlves

in Groese Pomte Park He wm:

a member rL the Society ti Au.

tomotIve &gineen;

!lr Ire1aDd was a member ti

St. Clare rL Montefalco Catholic

Church and a pest member ti

the DetroIt Boat Club

Detroit Golf Club

and the

He played in and won many

semar term18 tournaments In

the Grofa PoInte area.

)lr IreIaDd IS SUI"Vlved by

!us WJle, Betty, a daughter,

Merry Austnberry; a son,

ThOmaB Urquhart Ireland, and

SIX grandcbiWren. He WlI& predeceesed

by three 8OIlS, Dame!

Emmett, Patriclt DaV1d.

William M1cbaeI1reIand.

and

Me!norW. cxm.tnbutIons may

be mede to Cbnst Child Soct

f!t:y, 15751 Joy Road, ~.

~,"8228,

.....- ... ..... ..

f)sie Nancett Moo4y

A melllClli8l EI."VlCe will be

held at 9 am SatW'day, Aug

5, at Grosse Pointe "femorial

Church's Blllbour Chapel. for

Elsie Plancett Moody, formerly

ti Groil8l:: PomtA! ~ who

died Fnday, Joly 21, 1996 SMl

was 80.

Mrs. Moo4Y was born m

Oklahoma, gmnddpughtoc ti

"Sooners" upon whose land

Oklahoma City rose

She was the co-owner ti

Moody Hardware and Supply

Co on Kercheval In Indian Village

in the 1950s

An acbve vobmteer, Mrs

Moody was a delegate for

Groese Pointe Park at the Bepubbcan

gubematonaI convention

m 1970 She was a deaconess

at Jefferson Avenue

Presbytenan Church, was a

member ci vanous women's

groups at Grc;lSSe POinte Memorial

Church and volunteerecf at

Bon Secours Hospital before

movmg to Florida m the Illld

1970s. Wlule In Flonda, she

was a volunteer WIth the Ring-

Img Brothers Barnum &: BaIley

Museum In Sarasota

Mrs Moody enJOYed OU palnt

mg, sewmg and travel

She IS SUl"Vlved by a daughter,

Cathenne Ann Kegler; two

grandcluldren, and a Sister.

CharlsJ.e Marguente Blancett

SlIllth She was predeceased by

her husband,

Moody

Warren Wendel

Intennent Will be at the

Grosse POInte Memorial

Church columbanum

Memonal contrIbutIons m8j

be made tll the AlzheImer's As

SOClahon

George Montgomery

....UJ"H~ - "unllll~1 - vw~

GeQrge Montgomer) Cume

SommerVille of St ClaIr

Shores died Wednesda) .Julj

26 1995 at the Bon Secours

Nursing Care Center Ir'l St

Clair Shores He" as 70

Mr Scmrnervllle "a< a hi'

Vll;l teacher at Grosse POinte

So~th H\gh School

He IS Slinl\ed b) hI< "Ife,

Suzanne BOlVJn ScmmenJlJe. a

daughter ,Jpnmfer .Jansen two

SQl1S. Jeffrey and Jerold and

four grandchIldren

VISItation "as Sunda} ,Jul}

30 at the Kaul Funeral Home

In St ClaIr Shores

Memonal contnbutlons may

made tQ the Amencan 1ung

S3OClatl0n

'iir~Motor

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AI 12 !.hie Road

(810) +45-6000

~~nd

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AI I 1 N lie I\olId

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Lois Cla.re Cahill

Vazquez

1oI.> C!.in! Cahill Vazquez

cLed J heart farllU'e Fndaj

.hJ~ 14 1995 at ber home Ul

G~ Pomte Farms She "as

63

Mr, Vazquez grew up on De

trolt s east SIde, attendJ.ng St

Clare of Montefalco grade

school and Ilom.uun Mllhael and

d bro' ,er Ecno slr,hlp r -tne

Catherine E Vogt

A :>1""" \\d' ;,.:lId Tnt.r~\

lull 27 a' St Cldl'-' of :-'lonte

falco Cdt;olJC Cnw-ell t Jr C.:lth

enne E \'ogt 89 \I h'_ Qled

Tuesda) Juh 25 1995 .:It La

peer RegIOnal HO!>pttal

Born In Grosse P')lnte Park

:'>!l_~ \ ogt attended Man grOl e

College and "arnee a '1las'.t'r s

degree III hb.-an =eo,* froll"

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Entertainment

Costner's over his head in

wishy-washy 'Waterworld'

.,

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RoMAd oJ. Bema

'? II EdiIor

Whatever the JIl'Qblema, the

$175 million al1egedJy spent

In the future when global on the film, was not eucl1y

wU'llliDg hu melted the

paUr lee C8Jl8, fJoodiDa' the

world, anarchy reip.

wuted, but a.bou.t ha.lfway

throqh you ean't help but

wonder where it went _.

supreme. Sm.a1l group. of

people dwell on ftoatiq

many of the .pecial effects

look like that cheeey reareitiu,

liviq in tear of projedian Ituff uaed all the

roriq ba.D.de of Smoken time in 1960& Biblical epit:a

who at.tadr. them tor no '1l1e people all laolr. like t.hey

appuent reaeon.. Deed a bath, they drink their

Sort of "'Mad Yo" with a own (albeit punfied) urine,

catamaran. the BetA llTe unrelentingly

That's the premise of ugly and gray, made up of

"Waterworld.," the Dew I'1UItiDc metal salvaged from

me .. a. m i 11ion do 11a r befilre the world was &ocled.

..... nture epic that hall In this world livu the

become the IIMl8t expensive KariDer (Coetner), a mo8tly

mof;ioD picture ever made. human creature who baa

~ to IIOIDe reporte, developed ,po. behincl hia

U. ald 0gerTWIII were c:auaecl ean. He ia a drifter who

by the mep.lomania ot make. a Uviq tradiD,

procIucerfl&ar Kmn CoItDar. t.hinp he hu nlvapcl or

Other reportt •• y t.he fou.ncl from before the f1oocl;

iromeDlene.. of the dirt is the moat precioWi

pro cl \I. eti 0 D 11' a. eommoclity. '

~, Still othen The Kariner enten one

Ny the film had to 1'0 ~ and before he know. it

throuah a hup overtwU late he is c:e.ptured and lMI.Qt.enced

ill &:be pnM!uction to c:nate a to death. He is reaeued by

eobermt 1tol'1fiDe. Helen (.Jeanne Trippl.eborne)

Silver exhibit planned

Tbe fint major touring

retroBpect.ive of bandwroqht

maaterpieces by Arthur J.

Stone, tbe Influential

American lIilveramith, will

be on view at the I: Eleanor

Pord Houae, AUf. ~athrouih

Oct. 22-

The ulubition "Arthur J.

Stone: Kaster Silvenmith"

illWitrate& Stone'a career and

unique contributions to the

decorative arts. Over 80

works ranginll' from

ecclesia8tic:al commiB8ions

to presentation awards and

elI:quiaite tableware, together

With 20 working and

presentation drawings will

be bighhghted. A lecture and

two teas will complement the

exhIbition.

"Arthur Stone s tIes to the

DetrOit community are

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B~erth~ ~~d F;;d;;-i~~lhes,;

note Maureen Deme, head

curator, Edsel &; Eleanor

Ford House 'The Fords

admired Stone's fine work

and comml8Sloned beautiful

set of flatware that was

Eleanor Ford S favorite The

exhibition also Includes the

Women 8 DIStrict Golf

AssoclQtlon of DetrOIt's

Trophy Vase of 11:121

Stone S deSigns were

mfluenced by hIS broad

knowledll'e of art history. He

adopted fontls and decorative

motIfs from many eras,

ranging from Etruscan art to

French baroque and Enghsh

seventeenth. and eIghteenth.

century decoratIve arts

Museum collectIOns and his

ertensive personal hbrary of

art and rllllgn

provided hun with endless

IIOun:ea of inspiration

Born in the ailversmithing

center of Sheffield, England,

on Sept. 26, 1847, StoDe

apprenticed with the master

craft.man Edwin Eagle,

After immigrating to the

United States in 188', he

worked for several

companiu before opening his

Own worklhop In Gardner,

Maas, 1D 1901. There he

trained a generation of

silversmiths in traditional

met.hodll while creating

graceful objects wrought in

silver. Stone sought to

combine beauty and functIon

and was Inatrumental 1D

promotmg the goal. of the

arts and craib movement In

who asks the Manner to save

Enola, a child a.he is railing,

who baa • mysterioua tattoo

on her back that is lHIppo&ed

to be the map to Dryland, a

haven that may or may not

be a myth.

The Smokers - so called

because tbey smoke

cigarettes although how they

got their handa on them is

anyone's guess - also want

the little gui and set off to

chase the Manner

It could have been an

emt.mg adventure epic, but 1t.

take. itself too senoualy .

There llTe no lighthearted,

swashbuckling, action

scea.ea that make you sit up

IJllI say, "Tbat. .... cool," In

fact, only about five minutes

of the whole two-bow epK are

what. coald be calJecI f'tm.

'I'bat'. to be bIBmed on the

script, which contaiu too

many ana.chronUGlS - like

the c:iprettee, for inatanee -

to be taken lIerioWl1)'. The

lbalop.e ia painful. one

character calls ano ..her b.

-total frealting retard." It

America Hailed for bis

• - - _" I 1 •

- r ~ Ioit a 0

day, bis legacy continues to

inspire

"Arthur J Stone Master

Silversmith' IS the title of a

lecture at 10 30 am

Saturday, Sept 23 Jeannme

Fahno, assIstant curator of

American decorative arts

and lIculptu.re at the Museum Anhar J. StoDe at work.

of Fme Arts III Boston 11'111

offer an analYRll1 of Stone S English tea WIll be served

50-year career, and d.scUBB from 3 30 to 5 30 p m

hlS pivotal role In Tuesday, Sept 26, and

transmitting thlJ style of the Tuesday, Oct 10

English arts and crafts VISItors are inVIted to an

movement to thiS country elegant tea and tour of

Cost IS $4 a person and 'Arthur J Stone Master

mcludes viewing the Silversmith" An intimate

exhibition Reservations arc look at Stone's work Will

reqUIred Lunch Will be follow deliCIOUS tea

aveilable follOWing tbe sandWiches and sweets

lecture Lunch reservations catered by 'The SIlver Spoon

are reqUlred by Sept 15 Cafe" Cost IS $15 and

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Rated PG-13, one[ nudity

SIcmng Kevin Coshr

feels lJke It s try1J1g to make

a pomt, but It's too wat.end.

d.own to make any sense.

Obviously not a lot oftbe $175

million went to the

Ilcreenwnters

Even DeDDlli Hopper, ao

the leader of the Smoken

.isn't given anything new to

do; be Just plays • ICrellJDiDg

psychopat.h, not much

different from any other

ec:ream.ing psychopatU he'a

played before. Costner, on the

od1er hand, 18 too much of a

cold fi8h. to play an action

bel'O.

Director Kevin Reynolds

misaea the pcint. 011 about half

the scenes and builds nil

momentum

When the mm is over, you

feel like you've .pent too

much b.me with people you

don't like and can't care

about.

Tb.e Skylcmcll Chlldren', f'HUYal, a Mri_ ~ outdoor

~ for c:JaUdreD acl their tamU1ea at the EdHl

• m-o.- Fed Roaee, eoatia-. cd 7 p.l:D. Tu.d.aJ',

AUf. e, wUb the Illume of GuUDl. AcIIIl1ul_ ~. a per.

IOD gild daUdro UDU~ two are free. The 1P'O'Ulda, located.

at 1100tedrllbon In Groae Polnte Sb_, opeD at

• p.m. for plc:Df~, Call (313) 1M-4222.

rCSE'Ivatlon~ are reqUIred

ExhibItion vlewmg hours

are VVednesday through

Baturday from noon to 5 p m

AdmiSSIon IS $2, or $1 If

combmed With a house tour

For more mformatlOn rail

(313) 884.4222 The Edsel &

Eleanor Ford House IS

located at 1100 Lake Shore

Road In Grosse POinte

Shores

"The Net" could have been

an unnervtng thnll ride that

rmaes questJons about how

much or our lives are recorded

on a SIlicon ch.tp somewhere,

jUlIt Wilting for someone WIth

no morals and a global agenda

to explOit

Instead - despite a few

whIte-knuckle scenes, and a fi

nsl 20 nunutes of edge-of.your

Beat tel1.Slon- It'S a confuSing

mlsh mash of poorly reahzed.

Ideas

PG-13

Page 58

'The Net' gets snagged

by a plot with no byte

By Ronald" . ...-

AaIItant E*lt

In the new teclmo-thnller

"Tile Net." the .mremeI.y hka.

ble Sandra Bullock stars 88

Angela BeIlllBtt. a freelance

computer programmmg analyst

who a=dentally geI:$ lJ1volved

in a ~ plot to take

OWl' the aovernment.

It's a tbrillir In the vein of

all t.hoee John Griaham I1IOVleIl

of late - ~ FInn," ~

Chent," "The Pehcan Bnef' -

lJ1 wluch one person spends

days or weeks 1'W1I11ng from

everyone bee:allllC be or ehe has

lJlf'ormatI.on 8OIJlCOIle elae can't

a1ford to glve up.

It's a formula tbt's been

done so often recently that

director Irwin Winkler, who

usually puta out more personal,

less plot-dnven films like ''Mu-

SIC Box" or "Guilty By SUSPI'

cion," jflve8 everytlung he has

to make It seem new He tries

too hard

anyone because the computer

says her calhng card number II

invalid When she gets back

home - on a V1B& from the em.

bassy wluch says she II Ruth

Man - her home l8 empty and

the computer says she wanta to

scllit You get the Picture And

to top It all off there are only

two people who know who ehe

is, and one IS her mother, who

has been mstltutJonahzed because

she hllll Alzhem!er's


Page 66 Entertainment Thursday, August 3, 1995

GroNe Pointe News

Cedar Point:

The gem of

the midwest

WE' dl

owned a ~ on Catawba Islanci

Just half an hour from

Cedar Pomt

In these da) s f)f fleetu:lg en

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rea.1uJe that Cedar Pomt 18 125

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UDder for condos on Sand.1lSk)

~y But that has not hap-

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~ years ~ growIng up and

~ week mtrodueOO my 9-}"eaJ"

~ granddaughter Sara t() the

pat~ 60 many WrIes over tbe

~ we were at my famtly

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251h Annlver .. ry of Ihe foundlDS oIlbel.

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1970 the .. me year th.t anolher. more famou.

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Lower & Middle School

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The Grosse Pointe Academy provides learning opponunities

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N it pows by UiJQ.pJ in ~rbop.

molride and giviJlJ off ~Ien. ~

are e&&eQ.ti.al mt-el must ~ ~ fOf,

which is why mapufac:turJ.!J'8 of lQ.WJ1

an4- gardep. products ba.ve

concentrated on creQ.tip.g P10re

en vironmentally conscious pr04ucts

aimed at ensuring R'ee survival.

The first step in planting a tree is

to secure it and help it grow straight.

It is therefore necessary to staje a

newly planted tree iQ.to the JP'0upd.

This shoLJ14~ dope for i~ first f;wo or

three years. S~ it will stabilize it

ag.wst strong wincla, as weU as -Uow

the ~ee's roo~ ~ npfmQ. Jlll4 AA~hof

~e ~ Q8 it BrOws.

Th mm tma • simple iM~, ~asy

Gardep.er !Jas intTo~hH~ed~ neW

pnH:ll-l~t ~.ne4 Tn~ea~~~. rm.,

~pmp.ew .~lQntr P~,q.,m~JlJ4,*

f~lUI~le '~e., 21 fee~pf 4lJfA".'

~ylp" fppe fm4 ~r~ ~~Pu ell~1:tlmJ

Y9Q W allchor ~ ~ Qp W Ulr~ mcn~

In 4j~t!tef. Once fue tree ifi ~c~~

ihe f~~e an" 8if~~ Me loose~e4 to

allow f9T 1.lpwa.r4JTPwth. S~ ill

pi~llb nC91lH~~ell4e4 py m~it;

sM"4enms e~rts to ~M~~ ~ee

s"fViv~.

The ned ste~ is ~9 ~~"e

precautions to protect tlle 8tH!

VUllle:rable tree trom the fav~S(t8 pf

rodents, insects a1l4 illclement

weather. Soft you~g bark can be

dalIlaged easily, wlU~lt .8 why " new

pr04uct called profession~ 1TeeWrap

bas recently been intr04uced.

This weather-resident geote~ile

fabric provides necessary insulation

and 18 a reliable barrier that wUIlast

With this ad

Interior & Extenor Painting

Vinyl & Ceramic T~ Installation

Carpentry • P1umbllg

Roofing • Gutters • Cement

Code Violation Repairs

(313)37~-2.414

(or years wben wrapped UOQllcJ the

trunk or limb of a tree like an ace

bandage. 'l'bouaancJs of tiPy pores in

'Ii'eeWrap allow for the CODstant

ezcba.nJe of air anet wa~r. allo-m,

the tree to "'breathe- freely. It is alao

extremely flexible and ..we to st;reU:b

1ritb tree F0wth. Comparecl to

t:radjUoP4l ~roWJ1 p~ wrap. w~

provi4e3 poPf UumJa.ijQp. &»4 ~~

apart eQ.sily jJl. poor weather

copditioJlB. 'l'reeW"".p prove II to be

10PJer-IastiJlJ pel provi.eles Ju!tter

protection for yoUf tree. TroublNOme

wou.ld-be tree killers are more

effem.vely eleterrecl wjij} proper QH of

TreeWrap.

Wl1en it comes to fresh fntit,

~othiJli ia sweeter t~ ~kiPll it m

yOLJr owQ. bac~ yanl. FledgliJlB'

planters should cppai4er aS~Jlll a

local nUfseryman for phmtinB' fmd

mainwmmce tips, as fn.»t tfeN varY

ill Jleeded care.

Wh~t"~r it be ~MJ tm Qppl, Qr

pear, ~ ~hf!fl'Yor pP4cll. ~~ Il~m

mp~~ll~~VQmip.~ YQ~ Pftte:lPlUl frl»~

m~y pot be yo~ own. PWt Ipve fruit

bu.4s too, Qnd e~n eMily Imp )'Pm'

tfet! 1l~. aqt ~~y ~ l»e 4~~ lly

",in, ~ mo.Jl "" eqv,On' ,,,ell III

nlr41nQe\. n j, Po~ 4"".~.,n4

re~A1l1e, .n4 eqmH ip Hll-tp-""

J'Ql1a wm~"can ~ lWNrl~ ov~r Q ~

all4 He4 w,,~,rAfQlm4 ~~ t.nmj..

MQre hnpQmntly, :aif(nJIQe~ win

aefVt! AI aJl etf~t.ivt! pnYli~ l:mm,r

in 1:ttrda WUAPqt c~uail\J t.l1'm .my

llarP' .

lo~ fm~ ate~ II ~ pfQ~i YQm'

Jl,wly-phmWd ~~ from ~, dAl1J'P

of h"Wlu~oW,r. Of fltril1fJ tnmm,r

il\jUfY. Th' r,~~ lUt~ of ff~'

you-ug tfU~ witll lawmupwflra alld

the acctd~tial st.rippi:nS away of sofl;

baT~ with stTing trimmeu A~a

co:ptributed to these moclern machmea

being labeled the number ~e ~U8e of

young tree 4eath.

!iow,ver. thanks to tll,

introductiou of d\U'able plastic tree

protectors, such as :aarkGMd. this

damage Qlay be easily prevented.

BarkGanl's coiled tubes are m.a.d.e of

UV-treated plasm, and each eiJhtineh

JUMcl .m fit a tl'ee up to tour

inchel m dia.meter. Two or more

guards can be used to protec::t the

• j.J'U.Jl.P Qf l,.,.,,,r tfeel. Tbe subtle

brow» ~or of BarkGanl, as weU aa

tb-e remarkable t1e~iJity m tbe

~ _peel "re"tbjnl'" boIeI of

tIJe material all bel, tlJe J"P4lWt WePd.

in well with deve1DpinI bark of a

~tJee.

'l'tue tree enthusiasts shoWd take

the time to pJap ahead ~ ip.vest in

proJ1e1 tr"., CIJ.1e eqlJi,meJat. ()pce

~ iJJio ~tb1 maturit,. a tree

lrilJ ,;ve ~ coollb4e. ~ed

beauty, .,Jea4i4 colo1, ateJjcjoua fruit

aP4 ~ J1leuure.

FE

GM: lOllNG ~ 4 flGtffJNG CJWiQ: - ~ lm CIrt ~ ttetp ~ h'ees

sqrviw~ t\fst~ ~tOO'lff" ~ ~ .. _ ~isf.M)'~

Par~G"",, it ""~ plastic sh~ tlta' prottets trees fNm himmef Mmww ~

Antiques

Q. l have a doU witll a painted

met.al ~~d. It ia shaped u.~th~ old

~-~oa4ed doUs wi~ mol4ed baiT. It

ia ~ bl~4e wi"' blue eyes. On the back

of the neck are the worda. fC)4inerva,

Geflnany. -flow old is it?

.. Mineoa is th~name of metal or

celluloid doU head8 Qlade by Busehow

I; :Peck of Gemany. 14inefVaB were

made between 1894 ~d the early

\9308.

They came in a nwnbe.r of sizes.

They were ntade with molded hair Of

wigs. glass or painted eyes and open mclosed

mouths. The doll heads were

attached to cloth bodies with ceramic

hands and leather Of ceramic feet.

am

Q. rei like to ~QW mQfe ~hout

t1ower~.

... J1.l8t abQ1.ltev"l pqttery and

glasa comPAAY WOf~1 ill the 19208

made tlower jfQp. Th~ ~ 8Qlall

lumps wi~ ~ hQ\ea. Mace the

Dower ~ m • ~wl, tmd put the

flower S~8 m t.l\e llole8.

~8t Victor Sc:hreckel:\108t told us

that Guy CoWall Q(",e Cowau pottery

received the firat pateut far a figural

Dower frog ill the 19208. The pottery

made attfactive "ffogs. ahaped like

dancing women with 1 lea 8fOund the

base. &hreckengost laid Cowan

received royaltie8 from ~e patent for

many years.,

,l N 1 tl 1 \ ) - )

474 WASHINGTON ROAD

Beautifull~ cared for home near Kercheval in the City of

Grosse POInte. Lovely 32 foot kitchen with built~ins and

large ea.tinf! are~. Five bedrooms, three baths (master

n~wer Wlth JacuzzI tub), gas forced air furnace with central

cur, newe~ roof, larg~ formal dining room with French

doors, fanuly room, bnck patio, attached garage.

886-6010

114 Kercheva6

~

- OP ~ 1"OOmI JlOoW) or llIW.TOIlS A."I[l lIt!L::u.lS'T

L.JmNG SIIlV1CIt, 1(J(;l\J(Wl >.S8OCIATtON or o~~ IIACOMlI Ct:AA'T'C o\SSOl;\A'TtQl! or 1UIoTOll8, ..cIIIWllIIJLtlrLI

--, ...... A."I[l T1{J: NAnoNAl.ASllOClA'11OH or-.u.TOE

I


Thursday, August 3, 1995 Your Home Page 3

A FIRST OfFE1lING

WONDERFUL BANCH features three

bedrooms, 2.baths, spacious and open

t..'llily on which overlooks the backyard,

updated kitchen with new built-in

appliances, new Anderson windows, living

rm w/natural fireplace, sprinklinalalarm

system, 2.5-car garage located in the

desirable 'Yacht Club View Subdivision'.

A FIRST OFFERING

UNtIJl$VUl.J fpur bi\eroo , 2-bath

aunPlow with beaQtil flOQfI,

~ceil •.ngs'fP J II wlt-in

comer ~itchen

comb in 0 Ind newer

lan~i e a tlTAt buyt

143Q YQIlKTQWN. GPW - THE "~

VOU'VE AlJNAYSWANn is three

bedroom, 2.5- e tures _

CQIY fire . lItiful

hardw . room with

bath an t, new carpeting. 2-

,ar ,a "ONE YEA({ HOME

14&1a.uaPOlNTI, G" - REDUCEDI

OOUJfOUSEt 1'Ns three bedroom, I-bath

ranch has a natural fireplace in the 1M",

room, newer vinyl sidin& pulor in front of

home, JarQe bacJc )lard, l~ &aJ'i8e.

Tal rIAl TIll, cpw - UNlQUi TRI-

LEVEL home with three bedrooms, 2.5baths,

new carpetina throuQhout. family

room with a natural fireplace, spacious

kitchen, formal dininj room and near

.. tt Scbools.

11111 .Ff'IRSON, GPC - BRING ALL

YOUR EXPECTATIONS. .. to this prestiQious

~~n~&~~';f~ ..!:>in~~~~~~~

bedr~~, ~~.~~;:

Ioffers tWO

Iivina rm., cae, and 24-hour security I

il! $199,500.

~ 30211 lEAUFAlT, H.w. - This five

~ bedroom. 3-bath Ranch/Cape Cod has a

~ nice open floor pattern, indudina a lar1e

;; family room with a natural fireplace,

~ updated kitchen. livina room ~ has a

~ fireplace. tiled banment, professionally

.,; ~ lot with in-around sprinilen,

~ CPschoob.

~ 581 SH£l.D£N, GPS - LOOKING FOR

- SUMMER ENTERTAINMENn . is what

"'_~this outstandina 1.S-bath

,~ Colonial wil wee

~ ent with

a natu rm.,

$i walk 1ea4ina to the built-in

t poolaDll

~..

~- -~- .

OIJI'STANDINC center entrance Colonial on

a huge pie-shaped lot. This home offers an

all wood libran', wonderful kitd1en wlloads

of cabinets, etc, leading off into the

sunroom, finished basement, three

bedrooms, 2.5-baths, backyard with a slate

raised patio and basketball court and much

morel

A FIRST OFFERING

NQ NJFFIJ?atU UIC"~ GPC -

CORNER NultHamUy unit - close to the

ViIJiae olferina cae, newer win~ updated

kitchen, natural fireplaces, appliances - in

each unit, plus a 3-ur jarage, gas grill in

the backyard. The first floor has a family

room, and extra bedroom.

m "Ql.QWOOP, CN - METICULOUS

desuibes this three bedroom, 2.bath ranch

home which offers a beautiful family room

with a natural fireplace, new 'Pella' windows

« double alass dootwill leading onto a 2tiered

deck. wood flooriOi in the kitchen,

dinina room and hallway, natural fireplace

in the 1ivin8 room, finished basement wJhalf

bath , dl')l bar, 2.ar attached garaae.

130lS SHORI POINTE. SCS -

BW11fI'AKINC TOWNHOUSE in the

duirabl, Shor~pointe Condo featuring a

livina room with a 16 foot ceiling, second

floor family room and library which

OYerlook the livinQ room. master bedroom

with fip,..\b ......... 11 ....""'_: .. ,.,,~L. 1---1

dininQ room wiU;a cb-;'t"~ib;: kitcl;~

with many cabinets. ceramic Ooor and

eating space, oak floors throughout.

finished basement and more.

1&8 WESTCHESTER, CPP - WlNDMlLL

POINTE SUB ... This reasonabi>' priced and

spacioU$ home offers four bedrooms, 2.

baths. famii>' l'oom with a natural fireplace.

1arQe kitchen with an eatinQ area, cac:, first

Roor be


Thw'Iday, August 3, 1996

How m.uch hom.e can you afford?

1Il0ntJdJ paymeuta you.'U haft to

IDllke in order &0 repay the leDUr. Not

.u.rpriainl!y, it'. a lot euier to pt a

,meuer loan than it i.I to pt a biI one.

U bu.1iDI a new home is at the top After you determine how much

of your -to do" list, your timiq cub you have Cor a clown payawlt,

couldn't be better. Intereat ratu you'll need to utimate how much

remain reucmabl.e, and home pric.M in you'll have to pay in -dOfiIl, coM8- -

IIl8D1 area are eztremely attrad:ive. a 1IL8J0r8Xpeue that many bu.,.en

But DOW that you have decicled. to overlook.

pu.rebaae a home, you. have to aDR'er Clo.i.DI coMa £aU into two pural

a queation: How much home can "OU ~YprieI: Fe. tU leD.der will cUrp

aJrord? when iqitjaUy makin. the lou, aD.cl

An old rule of thumb S&ys that apeuu linIr.ed to the actual truIfer

buyer. ahould ahop for home- that of the property from the ae11er to fOU.

cost between two and 2 112times their The WINt portioo of the domq

annual sroa mcom.e. So, if you make COItA maD)' buy8l'l pay u the "pointa--

$"0,000 a year before Uncle Sam their lend.en cbarp to let up a Jl8W

takes his cut, you mijht want to limit loan. One point i.a equal to 1perceDt of

your search to homes that are aelJ.ina the total amount you bdrrow. If you

for between $80,000 and *100,000. borrow $88,600 andl:arl char,ed. two

Of courae, aeveral new loan pointa by the lender, tho.e pointl

programs have recently been would cost you an additional 11,710

introduced that can dramatically ($88,600 z .02 • $1,710).

increue your borrowiDg' power. But It'a importa.ut to note, thouch. that

you can get a rou,h idea of how many lender. now oft'.r "no-pob1ta"

much home you can a«ord by looking Iou •. Other. will .imply acid their

at your peraonal financial .ituation chari. to yOUl'totalloa:n amount and

through the eyes of a lender. let you pay the pomtl over the Ute of

Lenders look at three factor. when your mort,a,.. Either option will

determining how much you can reduce the amount of calIb you need

borrow: The size of yOlU' down to buy a home, which is an impoJ't8J1t

payment, cloling costs, and your coWlid.eration il you don't bav. a lot of

ability to qualify for a loan. money for a down payment.

The down payment is the amount of Mo.t of the other closiDI ca.ta ijult

cash you pay up-front to buy a home you'll have to pay are tJ'aA8aetional

and convince a lender to finance the fee. that are levied whenever a

rest of the purchase. If tbe sale8 price property il .old. They inchJde fee.

is '96,000 and you make a 10 percent charsed by a home-i ... pection

down payment, your down payment company and the fee that local

will total $9.500. governments charle to record a .ale.

Most lenders require a borrower to Sellers typically pay for 80me of these

make a down payment that's equal to cbarg., but yau will probably have to

at least 6 percent of the bome', pay for others. A profe8lional real

purchase price. However, lome e.tate a,ent can tell you more about

require a down payment as large a. these fees and will estimate tbe total

20 percent. amoWlt of closing COlta that you will

The size of your down payment is have to pay.

important. in part because it will The tinal component in determining

determine how much money you will bow much you can borrow i. really a

need to borrow. As your down combination of three factors: Your

payment goes up, the size of the loan interest rate, you income and your

you need goes down - and 80 will tbe debt obligation •.

) Older Americans invited

to 'Trees for Tomorrow'

The midwest's oldest conservation

school, Trees for Tomorrow in Eagle

River, Wis., will offer a week-long

elderhostel program this fall titled

"A,Ul-WUU m l-ilt,~l;onilw!.KKUI. n UiKcusi

and Ecological Field Study."

Tree13for Tomorrow staff biologlst

and teacher Amy Grenier said the

workshop IS open to anyone age 60 or

older and WIll focus on season

changes whIch transform the

north woods ecosystem each fall as

well as on topographic features like

glacial formations and inland lakes

whIch are timeiesa trademarks of the

north.

"Our specialty at Trees For

Tomorrow is field-based re.ource

education," Grenier said. "Therefore,

older Americana who attend our faU

elderhostel Sept. 3--9can expect to visit

teachins .ites at cranberry bo,.,

waterfalls. beaver panda, lawmi II. ,

lake recreation areal, wildemeaa areas

and several other location. which

show off the unique natural resources

c:...f n~rth.em WilJConainand the Upper

r~JUWJula.

She said the Trees For Tomorrow

professional staff of foresters.

biologists and naturalists would be

teachmg conservation concepts as

well as management Issues whIch face

the stewarda of our north woods

resources.

"We promise a lot of learning in an

area of bres thtakmg scenery and

natural beauty," Grenier satd.

The Eagle River biologist saId more

information about tbe autumn

elderhostel can be obtained by calling

1-800-838-9472. She laid space in the

September woruhop i, limited so

early reseivatiou are a good idea.

Tbe iDt.eI..t rate will cIet.ermiDe the

.. 01 your montbly paym.eDta. The

hiPer the rate. the hiaber the

~. Sin.ce tbare are 80 IUD)'

dift'.erent typo of loau available

t.od.aJ, your real eet&t.e u1M .voeief;e

will help you bel the beK 6nand",

peck .

Your 1.lOCia ... miaht IYeA

recomm.ad that 7011 chooae aA

acljuatable rate 1DDI'tpp, 01' ABU.

wbi.c:b 8tartI out wWa u. iIaaienIt rat.e

that'. well below tboM 01 8Dd-ra&e

loau. AD AJar. low olIItarUIratI will

keep your paya1eIat.I iD the -.rl1 )'8IrI

to a minimum, which m.kl.

quaJ.ifyi.q Cor • moz1pp .... and.

can Ivea. incrl.. the amollDt of

moDe)' you can borrow.

Of coune, DD lemier wanta you to

"let in over yOW' bead" by bonowm,

too much money. That', why your

iDcome and. other debt obIipDnu are

10 important.

Althoqb poUd.. vary from one

fh1andal inatitution to tU Dat, m.oet

len.clen ftIure you can devote betwMD

2& percent and 30 perclnt of YoW'

11'081, pre-tu montbly incom.e toward

your bouainB -.pep,NI.

How.ver, yaw ~rtr ... p.)'JUnta

and all your other debt oblia'atioDi -

• uch •• a1.Jto 10&P.I lAd crec:lit-card

paymentl - will DDt be allowed to

eueed betweq 88 perceDt aDd 86

percent of your ,,-011 income,

depudjn, on the leDd.el' aDd the type

01 loaD. you. chooIe.

If the mortr... you need. would

puah you. over thole limita, you. still

have .. ven! optlOZUl.You. could pay

off 101D1 01 your other debt. to

IqUMU in UDder the limi&a, 01' fOu

coWJI look lor • leA4er with more

fluible qll.l1if1i.Dl requ.inJD.t.. or

cow .. , 7011 coaWI alao look for •

clift'ere. home that iu.'t quite u

upeDli ...

YOW' parenti or other r.lativ ..

could help by pvi", 01' lenclin, fOU

IOIIUI eDra cub to eitiw' ad.cl to your

clDwD payment or pay off )'OW' othar

billI. M an alt.erDative, they could colip

your loan applic.tjon,

The II1ler miIht even be able to help

by qreeiq to pay for molt or all of

your clD.iDl cOIta, or by ftnanciDi

part of the purch •••. Your .. 1••

ulOdate will be happy to aplaiA how

uller &n.nciq ...orb,

In fact, it's. pod. W.a to di.cUII

your owo fio.oc.. with a .al ••

profu.ional before you .no .tart

lookilll for • u.w home. He or .he

caD halp you "pre-quaUfT" fQr. loan,

which will live you • haUl' We. of

how lIJ,uch you caD bono.. ad can

.ave valuable time by .. tabli.biq

your price ranp.

To fiod a Cel1tury 21 •• 1••

prof ••• tolMol De.,- you, call 1-800."-

HOUSIS (1-800.0U8-8737).

(810) ""'~.,

4~~ot

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Thursday, August 3,1995 Your Home Page 5

Flame Furnace makes history in 1995

8,GIIy "'''II~

~FUII'IM»

HW.ory iI beiDI made at Flame

Fumac:e Co. tbia year. FIam.e Fumac:e

ia c:eJ.ebraiiJII the lDOtb amUYerIU')' 01

the tonndiDi of l.eanoz IndUltrielInc.

On.t of the J.arp.t m'nulacturw 01

bNaD, aDd air COIlditioDiDl .yatem..e,

Leanoz baa been bon Cor it..

commitment to quality and Umovati.on

lin~ 1886 - when Dave lADDOZ

bepn buildiac a better furnace in

Manballtown, Iowa.

Dreaeed in hi. familiar overall. and

cap, Dave Le~ h.. become a

popular advertilm, charadAr and i.

identitled mOlt often with the famillar

tlopn ~Atta boy, Davel- But there

really wu • Dave Lennox - a hard.

workiq mechanic and myutor who

bad built a .w:ceuful machine Ihop

from lCI'atch near the end of the 19th

century.

lIJiomu at that time wete beated

with wood. and coal.burninl fUmacu

mlde Inti rely of calt iron,- IXplaiAed

all')' Karow.ke. -Sut Dave LeDnOZ

bad • blUer idea.-

That idea, Marowlke .aiel, wu to

build furnace. from rivlted .teal. The

WoodllM

.F Ask the

u..... c. DOctor

IeIJU would tend to "UP and crack m

cut iron fumaeeI, releaaiDI .mob

and dea.clly ..... mto home •.

-aiveted .teel W8I much more

reaittant to beat,- Marow.b Nid.

'"Lennox'idea virtually eliminated one

of the major bome heatiac problema of

that time.-

That commitment to innovation

continued into the 20th ceDiUf)'. In the

1980'. WnnoK wu the allt company to

put blower. on fumaceI and develop

the ftr.t forced-air heatiq .y.tem.,

CorerunAen of today'. central air

.y.temI,

"LIDIloa a1Jo introduced the Br.t

reaianua! air collditionm, .y.tem on

the lDIl'ut, iD 1962,- MarowlU laid.

-It WII a monatar compared to todaYI

..... SHOREWOOD REAL ESTATE, INC.

10439 Mack Ave., Gro •• e Pointe

886-8710

" .. fQJNJI W IJQIII

ColoniAl 4 Bedrooms 3 8IthI - 2 LAos

ea.onlll 4 Bedrooml 2 8&ttIa. 1 LAo

£na111h Tudor 4 Bedroomi 3 1/2 IMhI

Tudor 8 Bedrooms 7 INthi/4 HAlf e.ths

~ 3 Beclrooml 1 !Nth

II. C.LAISHOW

3 Bedrooms

3 Bedrooml

4ledrooms

1Bedroom.

tONDDQIUMS

"rat OI'Jel1n •• 2nd

hoUH off 1..Ikethor.

New ftmlly room

'.,.,lly room. Llbrll)',

Wundryroom

DUIGNIIIHOW HOUII

"'''''00

AlumInum CoNtnJcUontWper

WoocJl

1 !Nth F1l'1t Offerlna-R«. Room

w......

,ftN\t , ..... D ......... I •• et~_. I ... _ .. _

.- ...-_. -_._.~

1 1/2 Baths Approx 1.700 sq, ft. $119,000

1 kth Completely upd.lted $61.500

2nd f1oof' 2 Bedrooms 1 B.\th Co Op-Clean. 0eIntWper

Wood.

2nd Floor 2 Beclrooml 1 1/2 B.lthi ~eled kltchen

2nd floor 2 Bedroomt 21Nthi "SH0R£8R1£ZE ESTATLS.

S, of 13 Mile on )effe1'lOn

20439 MACK AYINUI

GIOIA PoMI WOOOI, MI 48236

886..8710

-where SaIn and Friendt Art MQd,' • Ecxh RId Corp« office II indepIndently

~ and operated,

compact UDitl, but it made cooler

,"mmere pouible for the firet time.-

'lbday, Karow" aaicl, l.ennoz

remain. a worlclwid.e 1eacIeI' in bo&b

qualit7 ud iDaova&ioD.

tlfADDOX CODtiDu.- to DOt juat make

uw procluctl, but to puab the entire

iDduItry in new dinctiou.- Karow"

IlOtM the .pectaeular 1u.cceN of the

Pu1Ie fumace, iDtroduced by LeDnoz in

1882 u the induatry'l tlnt hiPeftlcitncy

fumace and .till bi, .. Iler

today.

.

~h of'\4:iency beatin, aDd eoolin.

equip,nIDt., R4)lDmon todQ, thanka

to Leanor ftrl$~qmbination .pace and

bot water hip..fftciency Iy.tam,

CompleteHeat, introduced tbia y.ar. It

MIZOW.ke 1Iid.

But the people are jUit u important

u the hardware to Lennoa. Marow.b

Hid - .. peelally .ince they only .. 11

dUectly to inltalliq contractor. lucb

u Flame Furnace Co.

-Wmm: wu the flr.t company m

the iAdUitry to implement a written

Nt or performance .tandarda for their

contractor., - Marow.ke laid. wrhe

Deallr Quality Standardl prorram

help. iDiurl the people inltallin. your

l.enDOZ .... ju.at .. hiIb quality .. the

UDit itaelI.-

Marowab y Prelident 01 Flame

Funaace Co .• 14847 GI'atiot. Detroit.

813IG27.1700. u.clMIU ud ialt.aJ .. a

com'" line 01 LeDDoa: b.. tiq aDd

cooliq productl, iAdu.diDa furDaceI.

air COQClitiouen, and heat pumpa.

WW.'re prowl to be a part or

Lennox' tOOth annivel'Nl'f."

Marowlk.e Mid.

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III , 'I " .. I II I

IIIVING SU~IN(j C,AIlDtNING IMrlltl'l[MfNT

Publl~/"'d I1J

A.nteebo Publhihlng, Inc.

'x) I\rr, ht'\'JI

Clrm\t..I'ollllt I Jn~ MI olH,t~I

John Mlnn.ll . /;'dlflJf

882.0294

Dliplay Advcrtislng

882.~SOO

Real Estale Resource

882.6900

Elegant Family Living

884-0600

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741" PIac:e 4/3.5

Add ... 8edroom./lf,th Dntriptitlft

• • • ..1 • • • t- + +-

Deiaiption Price

Fabulous farmhouse Colonial, sIaIe

oIlhe lit kilI:hen. newty tenOYatl!d

dvouahout. Tippin......... $aS,-

ClJ$l:. Exec. Colonial (contemporary).

By owner $411,508

2352 SUnhope 3/2 au kuhnIein, Co&dweU .......

Schwfitz"

721 Perrien PI. 412.5 2,700 Sq. Ft. Colonial. Mint. New

windows. Move in condo

.

658 S. 81")'1 4/2.5 Open to offers.

165$ ;:aJrcourt 3/1.5 0ptrI s.. 2-4. Cape Cod.

Sf)irklins new kit. Many updates.

Hfabie MuCN', Inc.

19757 E. Ida a..e 311.5 Brk. Ranch, new Merillat kitchen.

989 S. 81')'1 Dr. 211.5 Renovated. Spacious Ranchl

1585 Hempton 4/2.5 Second n. laundry.lg lot. all

new approl(. 2.350 sq. ft.

$111,000

811-0789

116-2396

. .

IiI ','

$161,900 .... 3400

$159,900 313-aas-5668

$149,900 8,o-m.'.,7

Add..-

47. ~on

8edroomJ8ath

Iotd 5/3.5

Description

Beautiful! 32' kitchen (newer),

MASTER BATH wI Jacuzzi tub,

much more. Immediate occupancy.

"G. Edpr Ie Aaociates

Pric:e

$389,800

Phone

313-886-6010

Call 885-6762

912 Univenfty 31l Open $un. 2.... Century

SueVopJ

21 East,

$138,500 881-8146


Thursday, August 3, 1995 Your Home Page.] I

~+ + • .'. • • + •

3/2.5

........ Pro. QIW ero.e .....

... &IaIe WI,.. 112-0017

2 family flat. Brick. $140,000 112-4721

Brk. Col .• fS. lot near Windmill e.e. _

See picture adl Ieduced S209,ooo

593J WcNHItaU 3/1 Cute. Brick. Land conl1act available $25,000 810-772-1411

17ft Chestet' 3/1 Completely updated, fresh decor. 2

car garage, large lot. $ti,ber Realty Co. $44,. 81.775-4900

A

2

3/1

1/1

\-111. ST. CLAIR SHORES

• lion Price I'tIone

Family room, 2.1/2 garage, fin.

basement. Stieber Realty Co. CAlL 810-115....900

Sr. bung., Move in condo $89,900 885-9943

Sharp Co-op. Private. Basement.

Doorwall to private patio. Stieber

Rolly Co. $34,000 810-775-4900

Add Bedroom/Bath Description Price Phone

2 ... 5~e 412.5 Canal home. See Class. i800 for

details. By owner $189,000 810-777.3831

- : ,,5 Woodbridge 2/1+2 Open Sun. 1-4. Fanldsllc upgrades

thru out Sue Dungan, Coldwell Banker,

Schweitzer Real Estate $98,500 810-308.2061

.

r q Ruehle 2/1 Sr. Ranch, attached gar 60x180 lot,

prime loc. $85,900 810-779-8430

. -

Deep Wide canal. 10 ton covered hol~t

Pat Hal'\ley, Century 21 Mackenzie $199,900 810-779.7500

~J;'''~3/1

1 I~ Woodbridge 2/2 Rare Single floor condo. Laundry, end

I umt Stieber Rulty Co, $82,900 810-775-4900

1- S Juliana

I .

>

3/2.5

2/1

Description

Open Sun. 2-4. Colonial With huge

family rm in Hamson Twp HiJbie

Muon, Inc. $168,000 886.3400

Carriage style condo, close

too x-way & Metro Bch. AC,

home warranty. Tappan II Assoc. $67,900 884-6200

S.C.S. Schools. A wonderful ranchl Call .10-772.1417

~IIt (JAn't~inAA HIlKt Qltitt Like

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Now that you have clecicled you

want to bu.ya new home, do you know

how to find a builder who is

tODUDitteci to giving you the best

value lOI' your money? When making

your selectioa. you.ll want to choose

your builcler as carefully .. you'll

choose the 8tyle of your home.

seniee respoue syatem. Bemem ber

that moet of the iDfonDati.oD you will

pick up will be orient.ecI toward _liD,

the home and will be writteD by &be

builder or someone the com.pany

employed.

Now that you know what size house year mort;gap at $ ~~.

payment you C8.Jl q.ualify faJ't tJw nest EveD if you. .-et tbe qualifyiJll

factor in the equation is what price ratios and ca"1 ~ a hopw in tJwt

range you should be looking in. For price ranI', Y0IJ. •• y Dot bave

this. you'll need the help of your enougb lavin,. tor the clown

lender. real estate agent, or an payment on tbe home. Down

amortization chart or book, which you payments ranp 6'0. zero for a loan

can find at bookstores. backed by the VA to • little leu than &

In the example, to meet the 28 percent Cor u FHA-backed loan.

percent housing payment guideline, Down payment require)'llenta on

you will need to stay in the $85,000 to conventional Joane ran,e from 5

$105.000 price range. assuming a 30. percent for people with aqueaky.cJean

The case for x-ray vision

By EUen HeDke

John Deere Lawn azul GanieD

Ezpert

Sometimes I wonder what it would

be like to have "x-ray vision.- just like

the superhero in the comic books.

Then rd be able to see beneath the

surface of my lawn, right down to the

root zone where many lawn problema

exist.

Thriving grass comes from thriving

roots. With deep roots, your lawn can

absorb water and soil nutrients more

easily. An extensive root system also

helps your lawn survive dormant

periods. making your lawn less

~WS~C:II~~:lW :.: =:==~~!,,"'U7 tin you

obtain a healthy root system? Simple.

use proper care for what's above it:

your grass blades.

Think of your lawn as a mirror, of

sorts. In general, the higher the grass

blades above ground. the deeper the

roots below. So it's important to avoid

cutting the grass blades too short,

which is called "scalping." Follow the

standard "one-third- rule: mow often

enough so that you cut no more than

one third of the grass blade during any

one trimming.

FollOW the one-third rule minimizes

shock to the root system and

encourages deep root growth. And if

you mi .. a mowing, don't be tempted

to scalp your yard. Scalping can cause

part of your root SY8tem to die.

creatina a harmful thatch build-up.

More than one-half' inch of thatch can

harbor insecta and disease, and block

air, water and nutrients &om reachinlr

the root zone. When your grua is

overgrown and you just ean't follow the

one-third rule. mow at the highest

cutting height, wait a few days. and

mow again at the recommended

height.

MOWIng yuw- ;.awu ...:....u ;:'; -;;:: :~

caUie problems by compacting damp

soil, shredding grass blades and

spreading fungus disease organisms.

Compacted soil blocks the t10w of air

and water into the ground - starving

and weakening the root system. A.

healthy root system is the essence of a

healthy lawn.

To encourage healthy roots, mow on

the high side of the recommended

range for your variety of grass - 2 112

to 3 112 inches for cool seaaon grasses

and 1 to 2 inches for warm .... OD

grasses. except for St. Augustine grasa

which should be kept at about 3 inches.

Chances are you won't ever wake up

with x-ray vision. So, just remember

that an important half of your lawn i8

hidden benepth the surface and neede

attention, whether you're a superhero

OJ' not.

VourHome

Thursday, August 3, 1995

The dOB and don'ts of selecting a builder

iDfonDatioD you obtain, the better you have bad pod uperiencu with,.

clecieiOD will be. Compo ...

-A4er )'OIl have ~ wba1 BOlt of ID. 10Weearcb. be thorouP. ancl

home you ~ we are u.otber good doD.\ be afraid to uk plenty of

~,. Compo uicl. -You can pt a queetiou. JMfon making 10W fiDa1

free directoI'1 of home buiWera from d.eciaion,.be 8ure you know the

BIA.- aaawen to tbeII8 ~:

Aak the builden for tbe ....... • u ijw builUr aD eet,Wj"'''

of homes tb.ey have receDtly bWk. u4 The directoJ'1 lWe hOIDM ad member of &:be COD'mnDity when you

-A good place to start your aearch take a drive around the builclin. &i.tea by c:iiy for Wayae, W8Dt to live?

is the real estate sectiOD.of the ~. Saturday and. SuDdIi.y Oakland. IIacomb ad St. Clair • Doea the builder oller a

newspaper," said Janet L. Compo, are pod days for your tour aiDce you c:ouDtiea. Ead:t liltina iDdwiee buic cwrtomer service program and. if 80,

president of the BWlcling lAduatzy are more likely to catch people at information .uch as Iqu.are foots .. , what d.oee it cove(t

Association of Sontbe .. t-ern Uiebigan home I1.oiDi yard work aM. cboJ'ea. BUmber anAl placement of beVooma • Can the buililer live you

(SIA) and chief eueutive o8icer or IDkodw:e iouneJI and tell them &bat and baths. style and cieaip, price ;retereD.c:M ftom ut,jefied customers?

James D. Compo In.c. in Farmington you are con.sicle~ pW'Cbaain. • ran,e, school diatrict, and other -aemember that when you are

Hills. home from the buileler who built daeir amenities. buJinc a new home, you are DOt jUllt

Look for the type of home you want home and. that you are coUectin. 0driiIr reference aourcee iDdwie real buying a structuze. but a packap of

and note who builda it. Make a liat of random opinions of the bull.,'. eatate aI!I}!8 and penonal relnencet. services, and the quality of those

the models you like, and visit the quality and cystomer eervi&:e. It no ODe Please rewmber, ijg.t real eataSo aenicea will have an impact on your

developments. Take a look around. is outli.cle. clon't be alrai.cl to Imoc$ OJ} apnts typicsl1y workAOr the seller ota eDjoyment of your home: she said.

and pick up their promotional their doon. Try to talk with at leut property unleu you retain tb,em u Do your re&eal'ch t.horou&hly, ancI

material. Talk. to a sales penon about three or (our bo~eowner. per buyer brokers. you. should have no trouble fi.DdinI a

the builder's history, the company's J18i&bborhood.; cIoJl't jut rely on ijle -se lure to talk to your fiiencis G4 buUcJer who meets your hi.h

. mission statement and its customer viewl of one P'''IO~. The lJlO,e relatiV81 and tUul out the builders tba7 .taD41arcla at e,.uality.

How to know if you can qualify to buy a home

C1edit biatori.ea to 10 to 26 percent. payment (which inc1wlea tueI aJld.

A & percent cIo'Mi pann ent on a lD8UJWlC9 premiU$8) plua ,)pHt.iee. So.

$J.OO,l)()() ~ ia p,ooo. In adcJjt;ioP if yout aJUlual er o ,. incotxle is

to a 40,.. pa~. you'll also ~ $4.O,QOO. yo'J cap. s,peJ1Clu.~ to $933 o~

enouP cub to, cloaiJlI coate, wbi.cb ho~~!..~_~of .i.,,_,- ~Jl .L_.

y-~.

typically rapp from S to 6 ~ or ,.~ ~ "we 1oJ'.""""" ~ ~ -

the loaJ1. or U1 tJaU ca.8#' $3.000 to housin, payment. plus your other

$6,000. ~~~~ - ... C8J' paYJDents

~ yw. )Q:ww tJ1e .. of the ~ ~ q ...,..~~a~ - sb.o.ucl

pa~ __ price ranle of the hoane. not totallllOre than 36 percent of your

you cap. besip. bouse huntiJll with JJ1DJ1tl'I1yIf088 incoP18.

knowledp and COJltidence. ContiJluh1B the eDJDple, tbat m...

KnoWlPl how mu.cb house you can you can 8pencl $1.199 on bouaiDi plus

afford to buy is one of tPe tJlost iuta1llJ1ent debt. So, if your bouse

importaJlt questiolUl to answer before payment, plus utilities. comes to $933,

you start your house search; it's also that means your other monthly debt

one that you are very likely to answer C&nJlot total more than $266 if you

incorrectly. want to qualify for a mortpge.

ItIn today's interest rate market, a "The best way to find out if you

rule of thumb is that you can quali.fy qualify for a loan is to visit with a

for a mortgage that is about three lender or real estate agent and have

times your annual gr08. salary.1t them "pre.qualify" you,lt Compo said.

explained Janet 1J. ComPOt president "This will live :il'U a ,ood idea of

of the Buildiq Industry .Association of whether you can qualify for a

Southeastern Michigan and chief mortgage and for how much."

executive officer of James D. Compo With mortgages guaranteed by the

Inc. of Farmington Hills. "But that Veterans Administration or the

doesn't take into account down Federal Housina Administration these

payment and debt issue." percentages, or ratios as they're

More specifically, you should spend known in the mortgage business, will

no more than 28 percent of your be higher, giving you more breathing

monthly gross income on a mortgage room when trying to qualify.

~ ~~"'l.11}Jl~~.LO-v.e.iv.r.A.KM.-._.5.it.o.m.e•••••------t This beautifully maintamed Farms two story home

features newer bath and ktichen, hardwood flooring,

gas forced air with cental air and so much more. Three

bedrooms, large eat in kitchen, music room and

screened porch. Most unique home and lanclscaplOg.

City of Grosse Pointe •.• Washington Road

This five bedroom three and one-half bath home has

had more improve menu in the past five years than you could imagine. Newer 32

foot k.itchen, master bedroom. master bedroom with newer bath with jacuzzi tub,

hardwood floors, French doors, large family room. newer windows. Make your

appomtment today!

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Thursday, AAQISt 3, 1995 Yow HolM Page 9

.. Moran, GroI8e Poiri8

Farrre. Open Sunday, 2- 4.

AbDUtt mow In c0ndition,

3 beci'OOm, 1 1/2 b8Ih

CoIonIIJ. '189.eoo. 880-

5471.

QROI8I PcirU Woods- AJ..

IrBctJw 3 bedroom bunga-

Jew. ~ $85.000. By

Otmer 881~180.

CLAlSIFIEI)

ADVERTJllNG

FAX

(313)143-&&11

V18AJMA8TERCARD

ACCEPTED

251 KENWOOD COURT

Comer lot Colonial on

Charlevoix. 4 bedrooms

3.5 baths.lg. updated

kitchen. Charming

detaUs. screened pofch

off living room to lovely

yard. Updated decor &

landscaping GFA

attached glrage.

Convenient to schools.

Approximately

2,600 sq. ft. $297,000.

882-8059


.

2 ram~ Rat with aItached QC':Irage & apartment, ~

unit has 2 bedroom, 2 bc:iths,sun room, large IIV.

room & din. New kitchens. Rents ex.ceu $2,200.

$295.000

- SUNDAY 6PEN 2.4 -

OPEN SUNDAY 2 - 4

.....-4.., ..." . ~ • _ •__! I ••

:J.l", 'Uf"'':V~1~""!J

Immediate Occupancy on

this charming three bedroom

Dutch Colonial on a lovely

Grosse

Spacious

Pointe

rooms

street.

w/newer

carpeting throughout. Superb

leaded

living

glass

and

windows in

dining room.

Wonderful large

deck. Blown in

yard with

insulation,

interior stonns, vinyl replacement windows in kitchen add

heating bills. Two story garage means great storage.

CENTURY 21 EAST

SUE VOGEL • 881.8146

up to low

.....................

~UWOODS

HOH.V

Super clean two

bedroom all brick.

finished basement with

haJf bath, bay window

in dining are., 1.5

garage. Sharpl

$61,500.

HARPER WOODS

DEUGHT

Modem three bedroom

ranch, with finished

basement with

fireplace, dining room,

ceramic bath, big liVing

room, big garage with

attached Florida room.

Clean and ready to gol

$68,500.

Call OJroI'Z' Ko,ppUn

Bon R,altors, Inc.

774-8300

a..EM 2. 3 bec*oClm bridt.

IniIhIId b-.rert, gnge.

-.m. AId( 0pIan. 81~

778-1103.

GiliWll1 ......

1J7S11. J)A &.ME

S....... 3 bedroom brick

Ranch. fCln'n8I dirWtg

roam, r'IIIW MeriIlIt kMr.':Ilen.

~~.2112

eat 8IaChed awaea.

Finished bIB 1lT'ent.

$158.900. 313-88&5668

fOUR bldloom CdrriI'. 2 1/2

bib. ramtt tOClIII. ..

.Irtgs *-'.8ge Jet New

fwnIce( ., IuQy room.

By 1JIPOir .... 313-&-

8762.

.... F. W••••

rma~

four bedroom. two IDd ODe

half baths, (USlOID built

rIDdl with two car .barbed

~ c:eDn1 air. PalWa1

•flori4a room, full

basemeIIt, au. £be ameni«ies

,.".

Investors ~ia1. two

bedroom. basclDCDl

wilb tbird bedroom. ODe

aDd a ball car ,garage wiIh

two car Ibac:bCd carport,

rcrms.

CONDO.

".a......

First floor ead unit. one and

one balf baths. full

basement. central air.

carport, excellent coDdition

low SO's.

...... COIIIIIUaloti

Two bedroom, formal

4inina, central air, carp()n.

FraserlRoseville. Low SO's.

MlCIIAIL IOIOLID

CllllUIY 21 WI

a1a/••••• 040,

... 211

110/771.,.aa

Don't Miss This One! LOCATION ... PRICE... AVAILABILITY

Four bedroom. two and one half bath Cape Cod on large 100 x 172 foot lot Updated

kItchen with island and eating space. library with built in bookcases. multiple

fueplaces. Master suite is 18 x 14 plus bath. Plenty of large walle-in closets. one cedar.

Central alJ'. FinIshed basement. $269.900.

By appointment. Call 885.0588


Page 10

11%7 Sedfcrd. Grosse Pc*E

Pa'k. Move ...., an ......"

desiglaed am rW1IItf 1M>

vaMd 3 bect'ocm home, 2 1J

2 b8I1s. MutsdW- ..

kIdwn. tAJI 0'11, jacuzzi.

McCoy salnL $:Q3.900. By

owner. By apponmen. No

f'88IDrs or bnRn please.

438-1CYO

~~

Im~iate OCCUpancy. you

WJH be boabng this season.

Four bedrooms, 2 1/2

baths, central air, great

room, den, 2 car ~

garage, finjsheQ b8s8m8nl.

large Qeq(. 2 ~

anQ morel ~ If. ctnve py.

mlJlt .. jnsjde to

~,.tpne.

1.650 sq~ ,.. ~ng

fl"JP). C. JQr

~.B1o-m-

~l.

.,.

. ~~~

brIt*~. ~

2100. 3't~ Ho ..

•• alA4 HQRWQQP

U~3~~

I'IN')Ch 1tWh ~ ~

p'an. Grosse Po;n'.

ScJ}ools. H-.rc:twoQq

fJocn. RoomY "njsheQ

~l-arge~.

882-8736. Open Sunc:t8Y

1- 4.

NOM- tlome: Hanison Twp.

1979. 14x70, 2 masI8t ~

rooms, 1 112 ba#'I Latge

rooms. ~ ... "'anse

Cfeuie school .•• 000.

or besl. 1-81().463.3618

THftlef£ ~room Ranch on

Ivve kJl 760 Hidden I-ane.

Grosse pOinte Woacts.

Entire t10use ~ed. finished

basement with fun

bath. fireplace & wet bar.

Must see. can for appotnI-

~"2535.

~

Fi.... Off.rlng:

D;"....I.,.ll!!ll.....IIfliIIro8~ a.rt~

.._ ..--- ,.._.._ - -_ -

cape Cod with all of the

chann you desire and aN

of the convenience you've

been hoping to tinct.

Outstanding new kitchen.

newer famjly room, plus a

newer two car attached

garage. Three bedrooms

and two full baths

comptete the package. For

details call:

SINE REALTY

114-7000 ,

MOVE in by fall. 3 bedtoom

brick Bungalow with basement,

In great Farms ~

lion on IIrge lot. Close to

Kerby 8ChOOI on Betanger.

'113.000. 31~

.-,

TOPAV'&

IarrIUYI

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1

MEW...,.

Large4~~q.

Aaact1ed 2 car 9SI'9.

FiIst tIoor ~ & Iav.

Famiy room. fioished

~ PriceQ to ..

if $259,900.

~POfrm

,.. J..IITJHG

4 beQroom. 2 bata. single.

UpQatecI kitchen. dsc*.

~~.Cennf

air. ~ .. fIiT~.

Terms

CROWN RQJ.. TV

TON ~., P • SON

a

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1fqt I-OCH~ IN-vp.

4 ~. 2 1~ bath

C~P$ co". Upc:ta!ec:t

~.~.~

='ac~s, large fat.

.9PO.~~.

See picture aQ in "Your

Home" section,

10 MI~ oIeff8fSOn canaJ

home, Cozy, SUJ* dean, 2

bedroom, EIVlII* rmt titI

~ 1st. $800/ month plus

secunty. 810-71'3-6068.

ST Clair Shores. 27900

Ruehle. Open Sunday 1. 5

aric* ranch. 2 bedrooms, attached

garage. 60 x 180 lot.

Easv acesss to X-ways oak

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r&iDfJ& a:Jp 2D _ paces

to retire ~y "Hew

Q1oices"magazine (a Reedar's

Digest pubkaUon).

Hoffle for sae bV owner, 24

hl:u gated sectnv. 3 bedmom,

2 bad1, IMng room

WIdl fireplace. dining room,

kitchen, encbsed porch and

ample 1 1/2 caw garage.

new tJVl effidencV heat

pump. oak cabrlefs IhroI.qtout.

aM new eatpet. buII-in

vacuum system, large attic

storage, 2 tPf ~ with

men1lershIPs ~. For

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Page 12 YourHome Thursday I August 3, 1995

N ew

listing on Provencal. Elegant Mieou

Colonial on secluded gated street. Nearly

one acre of beautiful wooded grounds

create an environment seldom seen in Grosse

Pointe. Impeccable condition throughout.

$1,395,000.

New, new, new and in one of 51.Gair Shores

hottest locations! Located on secluded

Greencrest, this spacious ranch has an

open and airy floor plan. Three bedrooms and

one and one half baths, two car attached garage

and a beautifully landscaped garden with patio

make this a very special offering. $139,000.

, ucked away on a cul-de-~ac off Lakeshore m

! the Shores, thIS utterly charmmg smaller

1 Colomal IS ready for you to move mto

Meticulously mamtained throughout, thIS home

has three spacIOus bedrooms and a k ~'ely 22

foot famIlY room. Paho overlooks secluded

gardens 5368,500

ANOTHER NEW USTING! On Vrrginia

Lane in Grosse Pointe Woods, this

remarkable three bedroom ranch is sure to

sell in a heartbeat. Don't wait. Three bedrooms,

newer custom kitchen, refinished hardwood

floors and double French doors leading to lovely

deck. $154,900.

884-0600

I hIS home IS pure magicl Stunnmg slate roof,

f mcredibly beauhful wood .... /ork and plaster

t moldmgs and, best of all, totally renovated

throughout Four fawlly bedrooms and

additIonal mald's quarters Attached garage,

outstandmg flnlshed ba~ement $449/000.

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G orgeous

English on sprawling lot in

desirable Park location. Large [oyer,

combines with a perfect floor plan for

entertaining. The formal gardens are a delight to

the eye and are at their best right now! Four

bedrooms and the master bedroom has a

fireplace. $469,900.

L akeshore

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Drive in Grosse Pointe Shores. This

charmin$ and authentic clapboard Cape

Cod style home has recently been

completely renovated. New fully equipped

kitchen with washed maple cabinets. Neutral

decor and skylights. $379,000.

") ne of Grosse Pointe's finest estates This

( dramatic home is located just off

Lakeshore Drive m Grosse Pomte Shores.

Lake view from several rooms DramatIc dual

staIrcase. Incomparable pla~ter moldmgs, five

fIreplaces, pool and more $795,000.

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